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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
2jo Columbia'St. Phone 85
VOLUME
NUM3ER 204.
Wm
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
^QPomAi^^M^ESTMINSTER, B. C
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nSHCRIES APPEAL      'emma guldhan barred
BErORE FULL C0URj[  Fw British Columbia
��� *��Lo3lslatlve Library
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.   WEDNESDAY  MORNING, DECEMBER,  Id,
iv*
FIVE CENTS PER COP\
Decision Handed Down Finds
Against Province - More
Sweeping Than the Lower
Court.
3-06.1
Jpped  at   Canary    Immigration
Officials  Yesterday.
dian  Frontier
The
man,
nwei ni the local legl* ,,
holly   vVliin the  powi
no ,ii
i'i,.    ii
"'"'*'"' ' lecturer, Emma Gold-
who in,,,. he    doctrine   of
:""':,:'"-'   U "*- -    nation,    wus    to
have BP��ken ���'        .     in  Vancouver
'" ������'" Orange ball, bui before ihe time
enounced  for her    arrival    on    the
G, -V  H.  train   from    the
wns    in: ��� ui.v ,..i    that    the
lon    parliament.    Justin   |Orangemen would    not permit    iheir
ind  Clement    we:-, j hali   " !"- used for the propagation of
principles ol   reform   by  murder,
there wns every probability   ihat
would have to   peak if sh.- >|>oke
on n atreel corner    At Bellingham mi Monday -!e- was arrested .and
.��� 'ii   her  raanagei   thrown  Into  jail,
When she rea< bi .1  Blaine yesti rday
| afternoon    le   wa     efu   d admission
o Canada bj  tl     i . .-.  Immigra.
."ii   i ilie .     tationi     ,i     i mglas,  on
revenue  ms,
provlm Ial  fishery   regulations  ' i ���
,���,_,, declared hy the full coun  to   i
beyond '���"'���
ture, and
ih-.'   Do"11'
|i.w.l   .     .   his decision, while both
��� ii and Clement in ad-
jnio��� b<     '' 'i the I fovlnce had noi
even    -        ���      "  '���     ���   ile   i	
,., jj,.,i . ievi nue purposes.
ja .j,,, m     i : tice I  flng .li- -��� i. .
,.    . _ : In     proi   lie.     COUl I   C   ..
ihifi li' ��� n e fee from i
:..:.��� ">'���'>'
The pi  ��� ii '   now
li..
I
Lund
' at al
GRAIN SHIPMENTS TO   j ARREST AGITATORS     j ROVERS football Cli
MEXICO VIA VANCOUVER TO BREAK UP SEDITION     mm T0 cmss
Syndicate Sends   Buyer   toi Nine   Prominent   Bengal
Purchase 26,000,000 Bush-j    Trouble-Makers Deported
I Decision to Apply to Public Genevosity
Will  Be Put in Force���Appointments Made in  Executive.
els of Wheat and Oats.
by .-\uthorities.
..    -. D I'
could   nol   im
ii any  con      on In the :���
lon   .,   to ihe ��� in.-
a e wei
, in ��� nl the 11 en i..
le
I
....
��� Canadian   Id' of tin  . n
The woman was informi d thai pen I-
Ing   Instruction    i om   0 tawa  as   to
.-::,   ision      ���    ..-,,'    no    be   tl-
I to enti , She ac*
co   Ihigly left I en train
hi the "'';|- -v lne till the
ler,al   i itho     ���     . , hei   cas
;l    the    '""-��� ; Ml her trunks were removed fr<
i.  K'-nd ill   I I
.... - Iven
h,- krgunii in i>f H    ���   ��� i
,   ....      thi  , ���    lne-'.,
ailing ii i ii !'��� C   Wa ���   j
I   I     .1     WilHe'i.l ���   ,i:i I |   ^^^^^
\,      ,       min * ,   '.    rUere w'ls a U',J  large attendance
.,���_ .... |  vir. ,.ii the annual social of the Lord of ibe
In  ..        i   i'n
To Appeal Again.
Winnipeg Man., Dec. 15.���A Mexican syndicate lias sent. H. 11. Cooper to
Western Canada to buy an ..nortnou-*
quantity of wheat and oais for shipment in th< south on account of a
hitch in ihe rates for Atlantic seaports via New York or Halifax.
About   L'f, ,000  bushels  are   going
via Vancouvi ���-.    Rates ol 5ij cents per
hundred   fnr  wheat   and  -IT   cents  per
hundred ror oats have been made for
Pacific   ports,   the
to quote an all-rai
entral states.
Cooper saya that the hard northern
variety Is preferred to ile- Kansas red
now being Imported by the Mexican
republic, although there is a difference
of ten cents per hundred for the Kan-
.-a.   variety.
Calcutta, Dec, 15���By the arrest of
nine ol the most
I agitators and iheir deportation to an
: unknown destination, it is believed
ithe authorities have successfully put
| down the seditious movement.
All thu e arrest d are men of urea*.
prominence,    one  of  them,    Chunder
I .Malik, .  Calcutta millionaire, b.ing as
ailwa.s   refusing influential socially aa Dutta is polltii-
rate through the ! cally.
The most prominent Bengal lea \< r
in East-rn Bengal, liutta, was arrested
Saturda and conveyed to un unknown
destination, Another promineni national! ��� leader, Mltra, editor of the
Sanjibiini,  has   been   arrested at   Cal-
.\ general meeting of    the    Rovers
Football club was held last evening ai
Murchie's parlors.  Arrangements  were
DATES ARRANGED FOR
MINTO CUP MATCHES
Tecumsehs Will Meet Westminsters at Queen's Park
on May 24 and 29.
An increased demand lor grain has | cutta, while the
..i
VI" .v
een fell  keenly throughout the
Mos i of these Mexicad shipmi n -.
evei   will be made from Alberta.
wi st.
1: iw-
ditor nf another native  pi i-  has   ti ��� n    sentenced    to
trans] i   lai lon    ;. 11 ... charge of si li-
tion,
prominent Bengal |made t0r Saturday's gam,- with North
Vancouver, and S. H. Davies, delegate
to tlie league- meeting, reported on
the suspension of Eock and Saul. He
intimated 'hat Con Jones had made
an offer io the Westminster team to
meet ihe Pacific coast league in Vancouver on .Ian. 2. As the boys have a
hard match the day before with the
Thistles, and the terms offered wer
by no means attrcattve, the secretary
was instructed to turn down the proposition.
Thanks were extended tu T. A. Al nir
I in- the gifl  of sundry medical  band*
| ages, etc., for the use of the team.
The suggestion was  made that    as
the club executive  has  not  met,  and j had the temerity
iv eiilieciing committee has invii ap- championship of
The Westminster lacrosse team will
defend the Minto cup for the first, time
In its hist ary on Monday,    May    24,
Victoria  Day,  at Que.-ns    park    oval,
aud intends to cinch its hold ou    the
trophy  for another twelve months on
Saturday,  May   29,   the     majority    o��
goals scored to decide  the ownership
of   the   silverware.     The     challengers
for  these  two dat.-s are  ihe Tecumsehs, of Toronto,  who    Intimated    in
their challenge that they preferred the
victory  to be decided by  the best two
lout of three games,  but the members
lot' the local club, at a  meeting held
yesterday evening, did not    feel    any
sympathy for this suggestion.
The  Capitals, of Reglna,   who have
to challenge for the
the   lacrosse  world,
,
SONS  OF   SCOTLAND
HOLD   ANNUAL   SOCIAL
Then
FIND FOOTPRINTS MORE
THAN 50,000 YEARS OLD
Camp,   5< i.     of last
.   ning   ,i th,   K  ol P   I   ll   fhi
stood
tn
:    he  ;
<l . iiii'.
.'
ca."
���
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i
i ives t!
.. whole
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- ! i ��� . '. ���
i-.' 'ing
i...   in*
���
���   !.
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���
11,1-
thai
ii
as the
vir   a
whe
,
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in..-   ,
,    '
f'v  11
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ill;  noi
chief, \V. Suihi
-
ati d, .,:i i
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, i,    ap-
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Pau    ind   i. - ���     ���
ind in  fai ntribu-
wen  enci h - ���   ��� ��� n-
Muirhi a.i.
and Mrs
t and D    G
ang a Gaelic ,i   I
I I,Hieing   nl
Si vi -h ri els wi i ���
Mi Kay,  Ma '���
Lynn.   J. Foi ���
Lang  S
i clo ���
VI il.
right of the  Don. i,'  ii
exact its pri       I    Ici n��   '���
or   Dominion
In     Ifi - .ii   ������
.
.   . . ;l.i   .ui ib -
, ai noi    a ei    in*,    an
I  aci     xi -'   licen i    fee
i
-.   Kendall
I tt I> '   TOBACCO  TRUST
 I i              itions ofl
,   ,i   ,,        . ���   ��� ���
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ition   iy P
.
. , tion, vi I '���'���*"'
loul li        ���  i   '"
inn i    tored
Dissenting   Opinion.
.   :,   I    u  th    two lollai   i is  I
'.i   in-,   bi"' ' '        ~a*
,   i    .. vlng  his de
I  think  ihat   Is   '   hin    '!"
li ,. di  the provincial lei
md  can  b��   dl tins! '���-���"'!   "'"'"
,,; the ca ���
.   other appeal, the  " gu-
.   hini; the ai p u   ol ;!"   ""v
i       Tha    ma t-i   -    ���"'|1'|N
���   ��� . ilu   . .,,���
ord   In giving   bell  decision
case  wh n the)
.   !    thai  i'1
and   mi i tn    :"''    '"''
me <v placi for th
d ��� .��� u the Instruments to.be
. rlbe exactlj the l�� gislatlOn
��� ,1 ii. a- by thi provlm Ial -'������<-
The law lords -ay thai such
Hon  pertains to  the  Dominion
.Mi ������
I     .   Id   Mel'lnr.
I liy
,     ii and
,i rea ling,
con-
���   h
OLDEST HUMAN HLMAINS
KNOWN TO WORLD DUO IIP
pointed, the honorary president, T. S. j will be obliged with dates short-
'.iiiiimilal,. should be asked to name ly after the Westminster-Tecumseh
n small commlti e to take up the mat- matches are jilayed���always providing
ter, There U ah,.ad.'.- a promise of Ithe Indians fail in their endeavor to
hii $40, but out of this some bills secure a transportation ticket for the
to be paid. mug.   The Caps, will also be shown by
The resignation of W. Anderson as -.��� majority of goals that they are not
first vice-president was accepted, with considered by Westminster to be de-
thanks for pasi services, and Alex. I slrable custodians of Lord Minto's
Turnbull  was unanimously elected to]gift.
.fill
ii..
"oronto Workmen  Uncover   Most
portant Geological Discovery    i
American   H.story.
Im-
n
Skuil   Fcund  in   Prance    Declared
Date   Eack   170.000  Years   t0
Pleistocene   Age.
position.    There    were    two
to
Di i
IV- Abbes     liu,
���son
IS
DECLARED
LLEGAL���
Ti'Mur.o,    Dec.     li.���Woi'kil), u    eul-'     Pal	
, ".ej uu ihe waterworks tunnel an- and Bi , lon, who are conducting exca.
...   Toronto bay yesterday found hu- vation    at  Chapelle Aux  Salntes,    in
man    foot    prints    in the blue    claj he C<      s<     department,    have    dis
s*-vent,   :���   i  below  the water lev   i. covere    ,vhai  ui      iel    *ed to    be the
��
The find  was  in   inter-glaelal    i a: Idem   human   remains,  dating     back
ted , om 50,  to 100,800 years   170, I years to the    middle    of   the
���    and  Is  considered  the most lm- pleistocene age, the earliest p riod   of
.  i        ,<���'-                 overy   relaiin . gei              liistoi y.
thai   erlod             n America   City skull presents a  strong  resem-
ii. ;, ctoi  VV. H. i     ��� - said: b      e to that i          , mkej, having a
and      "I; loo!,.,; like a trail.   Then   R-ere long jaw  and    elng devoid of canine
Mr. (over l"'1 fool  prints from large prints t<   i       The othei      ines are    arched,
i,, ihe prim of a child's voi three and '.iii-   thai  man  usually walked on
ong.    All were toed-in. all fours    The skeleton lias been   ac-
-. ., could   ioi sei   thi   hollow between -       th,   National    Hiftorj    Mu-
..     ill and l 1 in many   of    themi ������   , .,   ' Paris.
iand    they    were   all      made      with	
1 moccaslned   :��� et.    A.I   p i nil d    north
w W    vv. d off to     he
i side.
vacancies on the executive committee,
and \V. Hargreaves and T. 11. Wilson
v.er,. elected to the position. Mr
Anderson having declined to serve on
the selection committee, it was neoes*
sai-y to appoint a successor, and EJ.
Murchle wa- chosen. T. ll. Wilson
acted as chairman.
The probability of the two Vane
ver teams refusing to play with Westminster next season, on    account    of
last September's unrehearsed egg and
pistol episode,  was   discussed  at   the
meeting,   it was stated thai the.team
could  keep in trim even without the
co-operation of ihe Vancouver teams.
Arrangements are   being made   tor
The team selected I'm-Sai unlay will  ihe  using of Colum  Ian college gym-
be ink,'ti from the following:   Watson,   naslum two nights a   week by ihe la-
Clark, Kirby, Bruce,    Sawyers,    Reld, crosse  boys  tor  practice  during    iin*
Turnbull, Leamy,   Hayes,   Shawcross,  winter months,
McGowan,  Rice, caydzien and  l.nm.- .    .\  discussion on    the  condition    of
den. Queens park ova' resulted in a state
  : in, n;  being made by Aid. A. W. Gray
hai   there  was ,i   ,,*i-s;iiiiiiy  of    the
FIGHT  WHITE   PLAGUE
EY BUYING STAMPS | Sr0unds beIn8  lix-'1   ""  n'xl  >'ear'
WAPATO  FORGETS ALL
ABOUT  ELECTION  DAY
GERMAN   COMPANY
TO  FLY AIRSh  PS
li.,-     li
Thi
newspa, i
\i .i  Voi k, I ��� .   I '���    The   American
. cu , ompui , md  i i    ,-    an
al  i ombiua ion   in   th    final     l(
In    be  govi   nnn  il   .--iii:   died   in
he   I'nlti d   States cl -cult  court   here
rh,    ,. acco companj   Is   ,-u-
.;ii  i ugaglng    in    Interstate
In   leal    tobacc i or anj  of i'a
; i '.bu i.- or .ii   i: ii,-i s ii-id in conn I | bui .___________________^_^^^^^^^^^^_^^^_
tlon with ;n".ni"    ade. regnlar  sailings  between  twenty-four
al    mi,bulb'dl;,     will    be | German cities. .-V .number of capitalists
North Yakima, Di c 15 - N'o i lection
wa.- held ij the citj of Wapato on
li. i. v. Kvery, u.ly In ihe busy little
cl, iy the Yaklm i forgot It, including
ihe city attorney.    No one knows how
can ��� xplaln.
hi ing    on    ihe
Uerlin     ^	
ni  Berlin  yesterday   published details it  happened, and no oni
of the plans of a German company of Attorneys ar,   not.    Ii~v
aviation, \\iili headquarters al Frank-lpoini  whether the old council    holds
fort-on-ilie-Main.    which  purposes   to
airships    and    maintain
seven
The picturesque stamps bi Ibg is-
sued by the authorities who are en-
gagi 'i in he ti-. hi againsi thi v. hiti
plague are avails 1" at a number of
stores in ih.. town, .Although of no
postal value the Bales will be devoted to fighting the growth of tuberculosis,
The stamps mny be pun h is d ai the
following stores: Howard a*. Muirhead, Reld fi Co., Adams & Deans,
i Mrs.)   A .1.  Birtch, W. C, Chamber
Iin. T, II. Smith, W. E. Sinclair. W,
s. collister, Anderson i..- Lusby, D.
Walker, .1.  B.  Brown, Johnston's shoe
  store, ll. Dorer, T, S, Annandale, .1. .1.
nil Its successor is elected or whe-   MacKay a*.- Co., H. Morey, T. Gifford
ih,- ciiy is without officials. ll. Ryall, .1   c. Blair and MacKenzle's
I drug store.
The presidency of the B. C. A. L. A.
will be filled by a Westminster man
nexi j-ear, A. W. Graj being in line
to   the honor.
Tli.-... was -.-. comparatively small attendance ai ib<- mei ting, those presi nl
I ' ���   Rev, J. S,  Henderson,    iu    the
chair, A. W. Gray, J. Gifford, C. Ren-
ii . T   ilift, rd, Jr., W   Turnbull, C. A.
and H. Ryall, secretary.
SOUTH   AFRICAN   MEN
WANT MORE LAND
_u    appea
i nken
Iii,
, ,      .,     Dei n     p
 piling
i for  many  months     Thi   dei   says
1 that  sever.il companies are combined |
' in an illegal restrain! of trade.
;,nd sporting men are said to be In
i, rested The i'ii',"''***. however, treai
the Idea with skepticism,
I     Canadian Firm to Repair Glenfar
Repair Glenfara.       p0UCE CH,
���The BrltlsU Co-, c,
aj.
���xleill.
fish.
"V
Rights   in   Question.
Hi- argument in this case <���" l"'
hall  ii the province is founded on ih'-
,,,111111,  first,   thu:     there    were
a proprietary right-      Th��t, as
1 understand It, has been more or i''***-
ndom, and th-- oase for ths prov-
M ited on the public right (l1
li-liai..      im,   thai   also,   by   ihe    au-
"l-" tj of thc law hulls is peculiarly
" -  I   n the Dominion parllntnent.
i'"i* these reasona I am in   f'iv;"
"f allowing the appeal In the   flrsl
.v io the rlghl of tho province
in. the licenses, and ot dUml"-
ln8 the uiipcui in ihe second cast ai
1 Imposing conditions."
Mr Wade   i would llki to be heard
"'""i   be licence branch of the I''**"'-
-1    lusii.v Irving    \- the majority
!   l- courl Is with you upon thai i��s
the other branch ol tha eaae it '���
m ��������� nary
Appeali   DUm'used.
Ju tlce  Morrison  nnd  Mr. J����"
  Packing Plant Merger Discus*sed.
British Warships to Go on Cruise. Chicago, Dec      io.    Whether    iliere
London   Dec   13.   With a view    to j will ��� icw corporation consolidAt-
showiug the BriUsh Hag on both nldesjing ihe packing plants of western commission    nn
,,i ,)),. American i on' n< nt, the ad-
mlraltj lias ord�� red lh* ci nisers Cam-
Ijrlan and China squadrons, re pec
lively, for a visii to the southern ports
on ^e Pacific coasi ol South America.
11, wlll make three separate Bquad-
 ��� cruising in thi   waters    of   the
American   continent.
battle Creek  Bridge  Finished.
Winnipeg, Dec, 16.���The latesi news
from Hie railway building 1'roni is
thai the Battle river bridge on in,!
Grand Trunk Pacific is completed. Hy
tomorrow it is expected ihat the flrat
engine will cross th�� bridge on the
new rails.
as  : eported    recent ly
from Winnipeg, could not be confirm-1
,.,l  here yesti rday,  although  il    was,
.,..,, | ainod  thai   a  Becrei  meeting of
men -i|j*' "' '"' Interested In such an j
enterprise was being held    yesterday.
Tho ���   participating In the conference
Wei-,. said to be R M.   MacLeod,   a
capitalist of Winnipeg; A. w. Anderson, and ,l. Herbert Andewon of Spokane,  Wash.;   K. C. McDonald, assistant attorney-general of Washington;
0, W. McConnell, attorney-general of
Montana, and Albert Galen, of Helena,
Moat
lumbla Marine Rallwaj company wlll
gei the contract for repairs necessary
to the steamship Glenfarg, consisting,Q, (,hi(i|.
in twelve new plates, ten to be taken
oui  and  faired and others faired iu
place,  tin   Betting   up  of  seventy six
Iraiii"s, llo.irS. etc.. subject Hi approval of Lloyds. The tenderers Included .1. T. lleffVrnan ,-.��� Co, of
;., utile. The 'ri palTs win cosi abont
$35,000.
EF'S BODY  IS
FOUND   IN   'FRISCO
BAY
Liberal Club  in  Toronto.
Toronto,  LX'C  !.*��.���A   Liberal
dull,
with suitable premises and a member,
���hip of 600, Is assured for Toronto, fair
Wllfrld Laurier, Sir Richard CM*
Wright, Hon. Mr, nrahaui und Hon.
Mr   Murphy are among the members.
air   ded-
tice   element   then gaw   i
sions illrinlsslng  both  appeals.
��I regard this caw at an attempt on
ib,, pan or the prov'nci
legislative power <,v-'r
and   in   my   view thai
jnitlce    Morrison
to exercise a
the    llsherieS,
attempi    has
fall":
said  Mr.	
(Continued Ofl Vage TWO.)
Great Bank Robbery.
McAlester, Okla., Dec. 15.���Robbers
dynamited the safe of the First National hank of Rwfaula, Oklahoma, 20
miles north of here, early today and
escaped with a auni said to be $15,000. J
New   Sculling   Champion.
Wanguii, Nonj Island, New '/���*"���'
land, Dec. 16.���R. Arnet, of New /���'���'
land, at today's race worn the sculling
championship of tho world by defeating w. Webb, also of New Zealand,
by eight lengths. Time, 19 minutes,
r,2 seconds.   Thi' dislnnee covered WAS
ihr.
and one-quarter miles.
Odd Fellows' Chief Dies.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec 16.-- .fudge
.lohn L, N'olen, grand sir, of ihe Independent Order of Odd Fellows of
the World, died here at 11:30 o'clock
last night.
Longboat Wins Victory Over
Marathon Runner Dorando
New York, Dec. 15.���Tom Longboat,
the Canadian. Onondaga Indian, defeated Dorando Pletri, the Marathon
runner, in ,a twenty-six mile and 385
yards race tonight,  the Italian,  who
last mile. The race was run at lhe
Madison Square Garden, and was lhe
Ixmdon Olympic Marathon dtetniici*.
Dorando defeated .lohn Hayes. '"p
Marathon winner,  on  this  -am" unc^
leading, fullin- exhausted in   the'a short, time ago.
San Pranclsoo, Dec  15.- The    bodj
f Police William .1 Biggy,
wh<i was drowned trom the police'
launch Patrol, opposite Alcatraz ls-|
land, in s.m Francisco Bay, the night!
of Nov. 30, was fouiiii ihis morning bj
the crew of the freight ferry boa;
v-ansii. it was Boating arms out*
_i tre tched. The harbor police were a-
unie notified, ami. procuring a launch,]
Sergt Donovan recovered the body,
The face is ilistigured, but the body
has been fully Identified as that of
the dead chief.
Toronto,    Dec.    15.���The    Dominion
government   will  be asked   'o extend
the, scope oi the volunteer bounty act
passed -ii  thi   last  session of parlia*
I menl     The mi n  who  served  in   thi
[South   Al'riean war.  bin   who are    not
[entitled  to share  In  the  land grants
'under ib,' terms of thi act, have formed ibe- Imperial South African Veterans' association to Beek    to   have the-
acl amended so that all men of Ang.o-
Sii\,,-i in    who look pari in the wai
and  who were residing in Canada al
thi  time the aci came Into force will
be i na'nled   lo    profil   nml, i  its provisions,
FINISH  G. T. P. BRIDGE
OVER   BATTLE   RIVEF.
CHINESE STATUTES
FIX   PRINCE'S   STATUS
Peking, Dec. 16,���Statutes ilxing the
nfflciaJ status of Prince Chun, the regent, were published today. The
prince is given un annual salary of
$105,000 and is mad. commander-in-
chief of tiotii the land and sea forces'
of the empire.
The edict provides, also, that u
palace be built for lUm near the site
of the hue dowager's winter residence,
Edmonton, Dec. l", - The G. T. I
yesterday completed Battle rlvtr
liritl_;e and announce thai the Hut* will
be Into Edmonton In March. The
guiding is completed into Edmonton^
a distance of one hundred and ten
miles from ih,* terminal, Steel and
'ies in enormous quantities are storeo
at Wainwright ready to prosecute atci
laying all winter.
BRITISH   EIGHT HOUR
MINERS' BILL PASSES
London, Dec. 15.���Tho house of commons last night concluded the final
stages of a large number of hills, Including the miners' eight-hour bill.
This bill will be sirongly opposed anil
considerably amended In the house of
lords. It is not ��� xpeeted that parlta-
menl will be able to ri-.,-. on Saturday.
RAILWAY   PURCHASE
OFFICIALLY   ANNOUNCED
Winnipeg, Dec. 15.���D. D. Mann
vice-president of the Canadian NortD.
ern, officially announces that the company has ooncluded the purchase of
the Duluth and W'lnnlpeg railway,
which runs from Fort Frances to Duluth, making It the short line from
this city to Chicago.
France   Makes  Millions on Tobacco.
Paris, Dec. 15.���The report of the
state lobacco monopoly filed today-
shows that the French nation last
year consumed $100,000,000 worth of
lobacco upon which the government
mad'  a  profit of $75,000,000.
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FISHERIES APPEAL
BEFORE FULL COURT
(Continued rrom rage One)
.   ground upon which Mr. Cassidy
standi   seems to me to be compli tely
taken away  from him by  ihis    case
��� n as the fisheries case of lvv.
"If he can show, which he has nol
.: in-, thai this is legislation in aid oi
the Dominion act for the protection
of the fisheries, then it would be
within the power of the legislature.
But having regard to the whole circumstances and the facts which have
' i placed before us, l can not say
thai  it  is in aid of Dominion legislation.
'The field has been completely covered by the Dominion act, and by the
Dominion regulai ions, and I think
that the Provincial Government, in
attempting to invade the same field
with similiar regulations and restrictions is precluded from doing so. I
cun not follow .Mr. Cassidy in his
rather lengthy argument having regard to this decision of the privy
council, which Is, in my vi, w. a complete and concluslvi answer, 1 think
tii appeals .-liould be dismissed in
tn il h i ases."
Attempt to Restrict.
Mr   Just ce I '!��� mi nt - l    ha\ ���     ��� x-
pressed my views as the argument has
proceeded.      The  privy council    has
|i clsion oi V'\ thai all
ms or limitations, by    which
. ���:  lie  righi   of  fishing  is sought
limited or controlled, are to    "
bj     Don Ink n    legi Ial ��� n  only.      It
-  ic  me thai   I      ,  ovinclal act
. ��� fori   u   is just sin ply an attempt to
li :  and  limit  thi   public rlghl   of
-:-':. .  al   the place In  question.      I
thai   the enactment, as far as
b ing an attempt to do that, is abso-
lutel;     ��� yond  thi   | ow r of the provincial  legislature.
"As  to that part  of the act which
makes provision for a tax or license,
to use a homely expression, I think
that is simply the tail to the hide, anil
I think the tail Bhould go with the
hide. It Is not .-imply a question of
raising a revenue," concluded Mr,
Justice Clement, "but part of a code
laid down with regard to fisheries,
which code, as a whole, I think, is, as
I have said, beyond the power of the
provincial legislature, I think both
appeals Bhould be dismissed,"
To go to Privy Council.
Victoria, Dec lb,���Attorney-General Bowser .-ays that his department
will take an appeal io the privy c iun-
cil on the fisheries decision given by
the full court. He will arrange to
have it taken up next spring, together
with the Immigration act appeal. It is
pro able that an appeal may also be
necessary on the Indian lands question, so that all lioints may be finally
decided
"iMOAY.  DEC.   ^
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Follow direction
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS , ore and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric.
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
Dry Goods House
Five Cents A Bar s a | XMAS FURS!
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Homftrnade Starch.
One of the simple.-*! forms of
starching in a case of sudden need
ia the use of borax water. A quarter of a tea.poonfnl of borax in half
a teacupful of cold water will give
a dressing like new to embroidered
cuffs and collars or even those made
of linen. Dip the article you wish
to starch in the dissolved borax,
wring and roll in a dry cloth for t
few momerits, then iron
HOUSE of QUALITY
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PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office,  Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
Xmas Novelties
Fancy Vests
New Neckwear
Just arrived.     Complete assortment in
all the latest novelties
���J   Elegant Mink Stole; regular price $12_
Christmas Sai, Price $75     *
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;���;   Eleganl   Mink Scarf;  regular pric.- $7":  Christmas Sale Prlr.     a*..*   V
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!���;   Handsome Grej  Fox Set; reg. price *35    Christmas Soie Pr.Ce v    I
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CLOTHIERS mi HABERDASHERS
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Xmas Perfumes, Comb and Brush Sets
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Our Branches
It is often a convenience to business -ren to transact their
banking with an institution operating a ia.-ge number of branches,
spread over a wide territory and located in the important business centres. The Northern Crovvn Bank has over 70 branches
throughout Alberta, British Columbia. Manitoba, Ontario. Quebec,
and Saskatchewan, and all Important cities and towns are included
in the list. .The head office is in Winnipeg���the only chartered bank
in Canada  with its head office in the*We*-..
Northern Crown Bank
J. E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster. B. C.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
AT
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DRUG
STORE
EYES   TESTED  FREE.
Christmas Goods
Just openi direct froi nd
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Phone 192
HcMENENY & ANDERSON       Columbia St.
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OLD COUNTRY
CALENDARS
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BOOT STORE
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R   quality.   As to price-, well���our method of buying wholesale ln I
5   quantitie.--, for al! our Btores .,' once, in tlie world's dlamonti
saves  you the middleman'.-  i'roflts.
Diamonds Are
Appropriate
in almost
any    kind    of    Jewelry,   notably  rinffs,  p-ndants,  locket.-,   broci
necklaces, cuff links, stud.-*, charnis,  and  pins of all kinds.    See our
catalogue���mailed free on request���for  the many Illustration.   ���*  ���!'.���
mond jewelry.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd
THE   BIG   JEWELERY   STORE
Cor. Hastings and Granville Sts.     Vancouver. *
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
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111,000,000.00
la ��nd Newfoundland, and  iu  London,
England,
Geo. E. Trorey, Managing Director
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ol thi   fines! specimens in high .        iloi  p Ini ag, obtainable in
ild country. Bomi of thi m a   i     well  known  paintings  by artlsta
of world WIDE tame.
A- these works of art are n we larlly verj   xpenslve we bannol I
expected to give them away Indiscriminately    we therefore    propose
giving any one of them to every       chaser ol goodB to  the  value oi
one dollar and upwards, bo thai no one need with such   a    nominal
purchasi lose this opportunity of i mlng possessed of one of these
specimens of old country high art.
A.- a further Inducement to purchai ng good boots and Bhoos at
'iu time, we nave put on a big reduction in prlcp sale in all lines of
bool .md Bllppers, suitable for the present season
Bee om Bilpper -how for Christmas presenti ;  the quaUtj        away
up, while the iiric,. is jusl a*- far away down,
Make your Christmas purcha ea now, thi besi are going fa |
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Old Country Boot Store
Colunibia Street
JOHN   STEWART,    -      Proprietor
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuiacturer* and Dealer* m All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
iranr.hes throughout Caili-dn _.uU ..a... ..  	
aVbw  York, Chicago aud  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.
eral Banking  DusIdoss Transacted. ^
.ettert of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents In all  Iiarti
World. ^ iW,.1(
������wings  Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In sums of ��l  ���
and Interest allowed at 3 per cut   per annum (P      '
'otai Assets over % 168,ooo.ooo 00. nn,���,
N'lW WB8TMIN8TBR BRANCtt O. O. BRTMN
Telephone \2
New Westminster
Eastertrook  Milling  Company
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FLOUR!       FLOUR!
Imperial $7.00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel       $6.50
Terminal $5.50
McQuarrie & Co."'-"'"^"ro;" >ICT-~~~
���RONT  STREET New   Westminster. Teleph.
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK   AND STORE FITTERS.
Builders of Misiliin Furniture,
Mantles, etc.
ClU-u    * �������*-"' vTLIN'<
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and Car Llne|for CONRAD, CARCRO!>��,        '^
Phone 473. (WHITE    HORSE,    I)AW��� ���
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TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon I oute
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THE       DAILY       NEW8
^(IR QUICK   RETURNS.
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"Sunday)   3"gjJj^K   ^
[express   and    treigm 1|nr,t,
Lt.'ie, at Cnr-ross an,d W����� y���,
maintaining a through winter
1     Fo.  information ippl ��� ��� gefl
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_!_%*�� WEDNESDAY, DEC  16, 1908.
THE DAILY. NEWS.
TEBJSM.
:���������.,���
��re. t Improvement Debenture
By-Uw, 1908.
' ���     dd  debentu
res  shall   Le  applied I ,M.,.0���, .,     .. ,,  i.ia.__illv
.   ,,   ,,,. , .  _ ��'  as mny be thereunto lawruuj
[Oll0ws and not otherwise: Towards | author,    .
KwlVr ? thC Pa88lnS ^^ '-P--- -id debentures shall    be
                           ideb mure   ,1             "*' "'" * ""'    '     *   " *��� ����� "ay of July, 1968,
nhi. the Council of ,h,vn,:, ^^^     ^    "" !' or ..luces as the Council
. Rylaw to enable the Council of the   couping the treasurj ,,,  the City Such
Corporation    of    the   City   of     New. sun, ,     ,ear expenJed
We8tmlnster   to   raise by   loan   the In sti , or may be so expended
6Un.  of  fif*y   thousand    ($50,000.00, until  thi        , .. ;    ,,    ,,_,.  s.Ue o�� .,_.,
dollars for street   '^provemerits. ml  deli ntun
n ];i.\S, cc i-in in sums ot mom able;  the mal
.j,    ,.,,,. been expended oui ol pairing ol
venue of   the  City   toi ;u thi   i
MADE IN CANADA
become    avail*
mproving, and re-
lrlVe iu'= -��� ���* "-" **' "'    ;i��d sidewalks
revenue of   tin-  City   toi   "i the citj  a    n        ,.    deemed    ex-
.,,:,,���, improvemenl and re    iiedien   bj  -.,    i    mciii  but Q0 Blt]e.
aln     reets and sidewalk i,   walk or   treei ,.  made ,������ ,-,..
eXpedleni  thai  certaiu addi   l'aired oui ol tin borrowei
������.. spenl  in like ni tnnei,  di r thie By-law m
all (with  the mitm   al        ���      n (ir i
I ���* .rporation may from time
,. lolnt, with the approval of
thereof, and shall have at-
ih
pair
,. -,i
���ally
111 I
ent
. i
rhis By-law   shall take
on   hi   lsi  daj ...���; i,  L908,    and
ma>' he cited   i Street Improve
menl  Di . ii nre ii, -law, 1908";
'* i    This  By-law
liasslng thereof,
enl of the
0f   the   Corporation,
It. celvei
and  "ii the 27th d
should in.'  issued  foi
limy
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W.   \   DUNCAN
Market Debenture By-taw,
1908.
A By-law to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum of six thousand ($6,000.00) dollars for extension to market build
ing.
WHERE \.-'
havi   thl
Uu*  .   iv   ..
villi i
led oui   of
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Mm ket   Bui . ..... di.nt
certain a ini ex
pended  in u     in lng in
mn- . xpende I,
���ix thousand  .$ti,u00.00)
urns i
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,     ienl i  to  ih"  -um of    fil  .   lion ..-   il(. ,-,,
t$50,000.00) dollars:
.i    ,i appears thai  i:
.,, nn . thousand ($50,1 ,
; iproprlated from the gen
,vp���n,, nl the CHy for the c
,.���   the rut'' Of luxation wl I   ������
ssiv'-    ],,| n is expedient tha
.   ��� ixation should be avoided,
l tjj(     dd sum Bhould be ralsi .| on
di.. i-r,-dii
���������nliires     	
xni ff), . i   tor the paj mem ol in
!��� ientures proposed to
ider this  By-law, and for
ni.inn; fund for lhe paj
dd debentures ���*��� hen d -
.. essary  to raise b
, i.l,i i,oi to all othei 11
nv the cui rencj
es, the sum of two th m
i ii. .1 and forty-thn ,   and
1.27)   lu'lii-s:
win order to rail
mu ol two thousand nitu
.  ..; ,        .  forty-thn e  an i    27 100
...        illars,    nn  equal
.,   n lollai   .. il:    ���   req ib ed to
.   ���       . i:..    ivholi   rauab 1
' ii.. o( .\>. w \v. stmin   i
. | .:���   * holi .,   pro.
��� ,      ' accoi ding
.'.,.-- menl  i "ll then
i 11 "ii   mi,   hundre I   and
and    eight    hundred    and
v ���   i dollars:
ota   amount of th
mu;ui.   di in   of  the
���   million ��� Ighl . -  ��� , en i hou
���    mndred   ,$1,087,100.00)
cl ive nl the sum of eij
tn !  i$S2 i  dollai    pi
I       i-v V
���     v    in      :.���    i;-..     I 908, '     thi
i ,���    v Bj -law,"     19US,"
11    ..    .        ���'.   law,    limy
. i    Schools     li   -
!*-law,  190s." ,,i  wnich  none uf the
i    In v ,
In   vtunlcl   il i
nion  <,f  the *'
^^^^^^^^^^^    inn IV
VI- -     . ���      for |
raisi
.
.r ,, in i
i. ance ' li   ��� ame on tli*  i  ���
iien Inafti ���    men*
ini "i  sums    nf   v.'ii. ..
���-. , hole lln- sum of
i and ' $50,Ou  dolln
.un     . .rm lhe
��� ' lie said City fo
-��� ��� ntioned  hen in .
V li    |    i       lawful ti i- the Mn
.   anj number ol de en
��� sei ��� ding  in  thi   �� ti ile
,,; nv  thousand ($50,	
foi   mil  vim   .-ni*  money as
v red,  nol   livs than Si"". *
ii   nn  ' <iui. iii n . expressed   In   thousand
ti iling of   iii-   I'nited   King     . ;i i 150.SS0.  dollai -
'i Ureal   Britain and Ireland, al      .\,,,i whereas thi   i
ol  i SOG 1., the pound sterling    .;,.. , \, tin
vi unll be seal    ,��� M  ,. one mini m eis
ui"  Seal  of  the  Coriiorallon,    $lu\ ,m
_____________________________    u"
the same shall
������ ���, d    y a resolu-
theni coupons for the pay-;
fin vv.-t al the rate of flve per
in   ;  i- annum  on  the    amount
il   which   Interesl   shall be  payable ti ilf yearly, on  the lirst day    of
Janti irj and tb,   first  day of July In
and   eveiy   year,   mid   the   sui 1
hall  be    signed by the si''"1
Via;
i I.)   A  sp, cial   rate  on  the    dollar
! Bhall   ... levied and    raised    in    each j
ffed   year, In addition to all other rates on
in'l  the unable  property of  ihe  City.;
sufficient to pay the interest upon thej
debentures  and   to  create  a    .--inking |
REID & CO.
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ORIENTAL JUGGLERS.
before  the  final | fui I Eoi the paymeni ofthe prlcnipal|
receive  ile   as-1 thereol when due, subjeel  to any Act
^^^^^^^^^^^    f the said  Ciiy j or enactment respecting the same:
n the manner r< |.i red by law. (5.)    Subject  as    aforesaid,    there
lei      v   ol   the electors]   hall   be   raised   annually, by    special
SALERATUS
IS THE BEST
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
2.
of July, 1908.
[rate a* aforesaid, during the currency
IA.RY,
Clerk.
Mayor.
���i ni;
Reconsidered, ami  finally  passed In I of the said debentures, the    sum    of
ii  Council, the Vli  day of    July, | three hundred   ($300.00)    dollars    for
the payment of interest thereon, aud
the .vim -it fifty-three and 20400
($53,20) dollars to provldi tor the re-
paj men   ol the principal:
ii-,. i    The proceeds  of  the   sale   of
the   .i tl    in nn _> shall bi     applied
,, foi u'A , and not otherwise; To-
i_ paying the cosi of the passing
.;��� this By-law aud the Issue and ale
ol il).- debentures therein referred to;
recouping the treasury of he City
such sums a- have bi en this ar expended      on      the      works      herein
THE
Road to Toy Land
is
UP THE STAIRS
T
On Christmas
Morning
,i man or boj sincerely apprec ales
a  sensible gift.
lta    Performed    br    Chines*
Bait  Indian  HUtKlclans.
"During a trip through the far east
I was much Impressed with the wonderful feats performed by some of tbe
Cl lines.* and Indian Jugglers and
���lelght of hand artists," said a Chicago man the other day. "In Amerl*
can theaters we see some skillful
work along these lines, but tbe pel*
former ls usually at a considerable
distance from the spectators and
could employ many aids that the ort-
vntals do not use.
"I have seen Chinese and Indian
magicians come on board a ship und
In the center of a circle of passengers
perform tricks that are little short et
marvelous. For instance, one of tbe
Chinese would ask a spectator ts
place a coin in tin3 latter's band. The
Chinaman would close the fingers oil*
of ter another over the pleee of uionty
and then, by passing bis hands over
the closed fist of his "subject," woulfl
bi some mysterious manner extract
the coin. 1 have had this trick work-
*n on me a number of times, and 1
tm no nearer te knowing how it to
done than 1 was the first time.
"Then 1 have seen an Indian mag)*
elan come out on deck, place a small
Nted on the planks, pour a little water
; over It, cover with a email cloth for a
' moment and then remove the cloth t*
1 disclose a living plant a  foot or mors
V.gii.   These fellows dt, not wear long.
baggy Bleeves ln which a piano might
i almost  be  concealed,   but  hare  bars
arms.   There  Is said  to be a clan <A
' Jagglers, among whom  the secrets ot
the craft are Jealously  preserved an*
handed   down   from   father  ta
Detroit Free Tress.
eas il   ippi ars tliui  ll
m ; '*'; - i I
���
all,  with ih
to i le
dollars
And  w hi i
said  sum o
���
i    ia   i lon
,  ��� . ��� ��� 11
ould    be
:   ,.   ��� 'ni por.ati ui.
should In- issued
mi ni loned    or    may  he  so  es iend< d
until    'I'--    proceeds    ol
,  said  il    ��� -    in     hav,    '���
���  1 .   ni in paj iiv the
become ,1 in   im the i omplei lon ol
said extension    to the    sa I I    Markel
Building:
17. i    This Bj -law shall take effeel
,,n  the   Is:  day  of  August,   1908, and j
n aj   ' ������ cited as the "Ma    ��� i   I leben-
I i ������ Hy-law,  190S."
(8 i    This  By-law, '������ foi final
v. ��� hen .,:'. shall recei. ��� - he assent of tlv- electors or the said City
in thi manner required by lavt.
Received Hie assent of th tors
A PAIR OF
GLOVES
^L^^B^am^am^a\^aW*am*amWL 'll" *-'"*'   , .^mm^m,- ,    , l'-m*
-  .   27th day ol Julj, l��o��
Reconsidered, i
opi n Council, the
I90S.
I l.v W
\V    A V
ml Anally
27th daj
d In
Julv,
i l __���:..
i ���
KY
,1
and
...  Int'
w, tin
uf thi   I
,,   West min
such    excessive
.   and  iii
i mi the c ���
anil  ilia-   I I nj	
.-   .a
And wh n (he payment of in
���������.-,,. i ���    .        .,..-, i  t, 11
" ���.  ' ���
���
���   ���       .
Ill  be  nei" ....
ate, in fldditii nther i ate>
irin
viiil de ei       is, th
aud     i,
-   . : -_v  dollars.
Avi  11, vv.    I  	
said yearlj  sum    I      ree hundred and  any male over is years ol age, to tin
.'������  and 20 ' $353,201 dollars,  extent of oue-quarter "section  ui  161
qua] ii   on th'   dolla   will j acres, more or less,
il to be li i li ii en lhe wholi
Hundreds of people are
travelling it these days.
Follow the Crowd
if you want to .see the finest;
display of
TOYS
will surely please them.
Practical  lllnmrndnn,
"My  dear,"  said  tbe  caller, with  a
, irlnninc smile,  to tbe  little kItI who
occupied  the study   while  her father.
! ��n eraiuent literary   man,  was at his
dinner, "I suppose yon assist your papa
] t>y entertaining the bores?"
"Yes.    sir,"    replied    the    little   girt
' jravely.    "Please   be  seated."���Wasb-
'ngtoD Journal.      *
We  si
the world
the   best  men's
luci s.
��love
IN.' :'*. CITY.
AT
Perrin's, D tit's and Fownes' are
some of thi    \, i llenl  gloves i hat
run  be .ii our ston,.
Silk line 1 and unlim d mocha
gloves, air,
$1.25,     $1.50,      $1.75,      to     $2.50.
Silk lined, wool lined, unlined
kid ,-nni English logskin In g ai
variei y, air,
$1.25.       $1.50.       $1.75.      to      $2.00
The TTInr  Man.
"This popular fiction is all rot. ln
.-eal life the girl's father seldom objects to the man of her choice."
"Yon're wrong there. He often objects, but he's usually too wise to say
any thing."���Louisville Courier-JooraaL
of ib
���
ami      20 100
.,
Synopsis oi Canadian  Homestead!
Regulations.
Ai..- available Dominions ian s wi h
in the railway belt in British Colum
ola, may be homesteaded by any person i
.vim is the sole head oi a family, oi !
Morey's
COLUMBIA  ST.
CHOICE
UMBRELLAS
Km.   Iliii
faciH-.
handli
watertight.
b  from the manu
Bei , ll ui    designs    in
the roof durable and
lu*i the sort of clinic,, until
tillable for  Holi Lay Gifts.
I la ���
f th ,��� City   oi   N'ew
,,. ��� i ,iun
Westmlnai  i
And wh rea -vl    ;'   '""
of the -.. I '"��� ���   ������'"���<'������ linS ;" l!'"
last   revi i I  ' '     -"!-;   '":;   th
tour million, om   hundred and Uf*:*
Ighl   hundred   and    eighty
n
bj  the May rn- and countersign*
.   .ii.    i ii-isin,,- thereof,    or    !'v
oth, :   pi ison .'i   persons n- "1:l>
.   nto law fully authorized:
���     i .,,.  ,ald debentun a shall     ��
on   he lirsl day of July, 1958,
.i place laces -   the Council
.,    ,,i i i orporation in") f''ou- "'"''
,   api i. with i ii
li .    then oi. mi I
fill an, vir. ���
deln ni tire debi ol th -.i.l
mill] mi eightj -si \ en ; hou-
huudn il  l$l,0S7.1 1  tlol
lars, Irre   iecti\    v   ihe sum  of    one
. i in them coupon    foi
of Inti rest, at tin
mn   per   annum   on the
ihe   !>��>'-
it, of five i"-i
Ulli-llUl
��� '-nl', which Interest  slmll be pay-
half-yearly,  mi thi   first  day "'
..:,  a,,,! ihe lirsl day of July
- :i and every year, and    the
mpons shaii be Blgned by tho
tin
ilnlllll-
.ach
mi     \  upeclal rate on
���' 'li be levied and  raised    In
'. -. in addition to all other rates on
11 ratable property of the CHy, suffi-
''���' ni to pay the interesl upon the debentures nnd to create fl sinking fund
'"' tho payment of the principal there*
"1 when due,-subjeel t<> ��">' AlM or ''"'
aitmenl respecting t he same:
IB 1    Subjeel    us aforesali
i be raised   annually   by
''ate, tis aforesaid,    during    the    cur-
"���niy of   the said   debentures,   the
���nn of two thousand    Ave   hundred
112,500.00) dollars for the payment Of
merest thereon, and the sum of tour
undred and forty-three   and   27-100
��$443.27) dollars lo provide foi
:-'ti-'-nt of the principal!
��� 1     The   pi i.'ds   of  lhe
Entry must be made personally ai
tbe local iand office for the district In
which the land is situate. Entry ' J
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the fai ner, motn<
son, daughter, brother or sister of au
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform tlu conditions connected thve
with under one of the following
plans.
i.ii At le.i-t six monrns' residence
upou aud cultivation of the land In
each  year tor three years.
(2) if the tether (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in    'he
1 vicinity of the land entered  for,  the
| requirements as to residence may be
satisiied by such person residing witn
the father or mother.
(3) H the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by hlm in the vicinity of his home.
tttead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
  leased for a period of twenty-one years
tioned, any sum or sums ot money, not j ftt an annaai rental, of $1 per aere.
hundred    and    twenty-six    thousand
($126, .""i  dol in    proposed    to    be
raised  under  the   Waterworks Deben
mre  By-law,  I9l.fi,'   the "Fire Debi n
,���,,. Hy-law,  1S08," the "Public Schools
Debenture    By-law,    1908."    and    ihe|
"Stivei   [mprovemeni   Debentun     By-
approval ofj law.  1908," of  which    none    ol    the
mil have in     principal or Interest   is  in arrears:
Now, therefore, the Municipal C mn*
ol] of the Corporation of the City   ul
niicis as
New Westmlnstei
(1.) li shall be
, of the said City
,n ; loan trom any person nr |
aid I
follows:
lawful for ihe Major
to raise by   way   of
rsniis, bodj
h,   wil
mr bodies corporate, who may
i'd | ini! to advance the sarnie on the credit
debentures    hereinafter    men-
ing
of the
sum    ol
to be
exceeding In the whole thi
$(1,000.00, and to cause the simn
paid into the treasury of the na*d City
for the purposes mentioned herein:
CM u shall be lawful tor the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not  exceeding In the whole
the  sun.  of six   thousand   ($6,000.00)
there  dollars for such sums of money as ni">
special I be required, not less than one hundred
' ($10(1.00)  dollars each, or nn equivalent  expressed   in  pounds   iterllag  ��>'
the United Kingdom of Greal Britain
and Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound -sterling; and all such   debentures shall be sealed with the Seal o
the Corporation, elgned by the Mayor
land countersigned by    the Treasurer
,,.  of'thereof, or by audi other person or
the re.
Not more thaa 2560 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coa) mined.
W. W. COK*.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET  MAKER.
(Three Years With J. A. Lee |
has just opened   and    solicits    youi
patronage     .Mission furniture n  specialty;  office and store furniture;  all
kinds of furniture repairs.
First class Workmanship.
D.V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: i.1''. Alexander St
Oppos te Tram Office.
P.   O.   Box   304. House  Phone   B 2?.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water.,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
������������������������������������������������- |
WHEN YQU WANT ANY KINO OF
REPAIRING DONE    \
Such as Guns, Umbrellas, Typewriters,
or any light automatic machinery repaired, go to
ALEX. SPECK
Umbrellas
$3.00. $7.00.
$1.C0. ? 1.50,   $2.50.
Any time is the proper time for say
bi�� whiit is Just.���<_reel_ Proverb.
SETTLERS'
ASSOCIATION
OF B. C.
P.  O.  Box 556 Phone  334
Can supply flve ai re fruit lands
within easy distance of town; cash or
three years.    Terms to suit all clients.
Comfortable five roomed cotttage
and three lots, all cultivated. : :
$1600.00.
Five aci ���.- nil cleared and cultlv t   :
foi' $1000.00.    Terms.
P. B. BROWN
MANAGER AUCTIONEE-.
Begbie Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
O. Box  4T4.
Tel.
R-es.  129
Gasoline Engines
We   sell   tbe   celebrated   Palmer   ErO!..
Engines.
I '_
tu 25
oil tin
t.  p.,
market
ait'
1 cycle.     Best
Kumines kept Hi
:l_  at
Hosiery
Socks or Sox
We carry extensive lines of
Hosiery of all sons. Lisle, Merino, Cashmere, etc. Large lines at
25c.     35c,     and   50c     the     pair.
Take a look at
cashmere s,-x. tht
Made  for tin*  highest
irade exclusively.
,in embroidered
p-iii. 35. 50, 76c
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor,
Tenth Street,   -    New Westminster
PRINTING"
m-aili
1-f
The Aciik
and ease.
of comfort, eleganci
Columbia St.
'Man on the Wheel."
040-KttO-*
0*0*O*O*O*O*C)0*O4a.
0*O+O*K��Q*O*O0*K>*O*O*O*0*O
The Moody Park Store j
Corner Sixth   Ave   and   Tenth   St.
A full line of Groceries, Confections,
School Stationery and Christmas
Goods.
W.
FOR SALE CHE^P.
Large steam whistle.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Office.
H. SMITH.   Proprietor. I pi,0De 275,
REID & CO
Nobby Clothes For
MEN
Phone 442
-THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR {WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rate-, on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison ��
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
Columbia St. .i.WH-HH-1-I-S-I-M-H-H
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THE DAILY NEWS    )
Published by the Daily Xews Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
WEDNESDAY.  DEC.   16,   1908.
situation, but it is also true that the
facilities for u-vassination have enormously Increased, as the case of Russia has shown To drive these Hindus
intr, exile and convert peaceful Briti-ii
subjects into furious agitators .and
conspirator? would be a poor return
for all the Empire has done, is doing,
and will haw- to do for this Dominion.
The best way to settle the trouble is
io let ir die a natural death from intentional neglect.���Toronto Globe.
I
RETIRING CANDIDATES.
Suggestion  has been    offered    that
our Act of Incorporation be amende!
or that we surrender it and work under thi   Municipal Clauses Act just ns
the  cities of  Victoria  and    Nanaimo1
do.   In either case there needs amendment to the law with respect to can-:
didates retiring from    the contest between nomination day and polling dav. |
Tho returns  locally   show  that    bal- j
lots were marked for each of the four
cetiring candidates, on- of them   receiving 36 votes.
The question Is, did the marking of
tho  -ballots   for   candidates   who   ha I
retired change the complexion of the
poll?    We do not   assert  that it did,
but  with tho close figures of the last!
two elected, nnd  ihe next  two    who
were defeated,  there is certainly  reason   for doubt,     While  individual  ac-.
tion cannot  be controlled and  the ut-:
most   freedom  should be given  so as
lu get a full expression of opinion from.
the  ratepayers, it   would appear that j
If iIn.- law is allowed to remain as it
is, greater care should be taken to see
that   candidates   are   qualified   before
;',i".-.   are placed in nomination.
For Sale
A span of heavy geldings
(bays), well matched, about
1700 lbs. each; five and six
years old.
For price and further particulars, apply to
E. A. P., Box 29, City.
Get the Habit
Owners of
Cylinder Graphophones
have .voii seen the new indestructible Cylinder Record yet ? Fits
nny machine ('<>nie in and let Us
try on,- or tf o over for you. Onl;.
40 cents each, and no liability to
break at least knock as are the
wax recorIs,
Ontario
to  hand
CHEAPER LIGHT.
Orilla   is another citj     in
a hich has a  pleasani  story
out  to iis citizens at this season    of
gifts.
The consumers, or rather  users, or
.electric  light are to receive a    substantial reduction in rates charged for
electric light.    It does seem opportune
that the citizens of New Westminster
*��� who usi   electric light are to have at
burden   removed  which  never  should |
havi   been placed upon them, that of j
paying for the  whole cost of street'
lighting simply because :hvy used the
- system of electric light.
Ii has not licen generally understood]
thi   general  revenue of the city '
i   been rellevi I oi thi cost of -":������ ���*
lighting and that the people who used
_ , coal oil did not contrll ui
thi   - oi ��� of      ��� -���   lighting.    We i   i
grat ilati   the < mncll that even at this
ha ��� ���   ;
���.   v     ..... an  injustice  d >n<
Votic citizens  who have  used
��� ;   lighting.    Som- i
* iniiu- in   ha-   been   ma ie  that   It
been d mi   I D competition, but
���   iild not .-��� - v    ��� be correct as
*    v condition   * prop,
ni ��������� - adicates   thai   ;
lirection  will   n< *
|i :' ;��� a lonsr time.
Specials today:   All day���China  Bi:s
in   the  window,    20  cents each,   7:30
| p.m.���Champion Teapots, two sizes. 15
cents each.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"We buy for easj
same."
and sell for the
ts-
rtDVEKTISE       "Sl
��� IN ���
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THS      D A  I  >. Y
NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
J. Newsome & Sons W. IN. Draper jT~��^��-~��~����
JfttP""*���*       f c' Land      I  You Must Admit
399 Sixth Avenue Surveyor
New Westminster
Ellard faiocK, New Westrr.nster, 8 C
THIS WEEK
FOR
THE   CASE   FOR THE   HINDUS.
Mr   ���    rd  n W I   i:on. who i    al |
on 'me of hi.-,    return    visits    to
*   tm hit   plantation  in   Cen-
v    -        ���        -    i in  an  inter-'
.    ���  terday'a    Globe1
opinions as to the ine.\-
��� - ncy of sending -.o that pan of j
be '������ ntinent   the  few  hundreds    ol
Hindus now living contentedly in British Columbia It would be much easier
��� -'."a thi   trustworthiness of Mi
Iron's .--a*- ments than to disprove
and he haB at least made an in-
ggestlve contribution
'���': '.'.ii,   :.     th-
iav<   thro igh no fault ol
Ji c-t.   It will be
��� accept with-
��� .- the di
' ' :- ���������  ���   li   :������ n ive British  sub* i
...
*.!..' re    Ioi     iv
��� '    * gent   reason
:i    an;.-    way    witb    thi   i
1 e    not    nun;'
��� ii" V: '" i.v ,  any very detrimental
effeci        .'i   v. ally,    and   thej     a ������
In   ���    ��sltlon and law abld*
Ing in behavior.    .So far as they havi
given trouble they have been doing ���-���
because   they  dislike coercion,   especially when it,takes the form of ex
to   an   unknown   and   awe-inspirii
country, of which they    have    Ul
knowledge of any sort and less ol
decidedly favorable character.
The case for consideration is    still)
>runner In  their  favor   when    it    la
.i'-v.-.ii from the Imperial standpoint,
Everj   thoughtful  Canadian, ,.spec!.-ill> '
if be is old enough to remember the
Indian Mutiny ol  half a century ago,
li'tip;    contemplate   with   feelings   of
anxiety the present social an I political
condition of Hlndostan,    in   1857  thel
British authorities had no     u plclon
Of  lhe   Widespread     propaganda    that
blazed forth almost w Ithout warning.
True,   the British   troops    wore    then
few in number and badly situated for
defensive purposes;  true, ther,. is now
��, Kitchener in charge of the military
Great Shoe Bargains
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JOHNSTON'S
Make your selections of
Xmas Footwear now.
All   lines   reduced away
down in price.
It Will
Pay You
Advantage of
Shoe Sale
Special   prices
on Boys' and
Girls' Boots.
You  can buv
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them at factory prices
this week.
to Take
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A Grand Display of CHINA-
WARE   for   Xmas   Presents
Leave Your Order for TURKEYS
and GEESE,   -    All Drawn
Public Supply Stores
Columbia   Street.
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PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW K. OP P. HALL.
Eighth   and   Agnes   Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to l"; afternoon
::u tn .i, evening, 7:3Q to 10,   Admission   tOo,   Hl.at.en   ...v.    On   Saiurdav
, in  to  12,  school    children    under     12
, will in- furnished skates f<-r lOo,
XMAS GROCERIES
Candled   Peel    Raisins.
Tuesday, Dec. 22
The Success of the Year.
Cohan  and Harris i"*"'
M. Cohan's Rural Rustii
Mu loal PW
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MILES FROM
BOSTON : : :
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ever se,
the moi i ��� v" ;V'
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M   Si arks.
TON'S Big Shoe House, Lld.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
siAlbmfa*. THI LARQE8T  8HOE   HOUSE
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New Westminster, B. C.
B.C.
A  full  lino
lowest pries*
vou  will coin.' again
of ganeral
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THOS. RUTLEDGE
Corner Sixth Btreet and Wfth Avenuo.
Phone 404.
Su-
iiazei Lowry, job. ��.
,���������,.,.eonard Westfoid, The   jj��
W,  Dougla    Stevenson     K\
Ella Sothein, Mae Helton, Chas,W^
lard, Pare    He  Ka-h^      ; -
Ruseel Plncus, Wnlte,  P. ^
Lester   1  mpleton   and   a   "
Cohan cho n*.
SongJ tlual ael '-i"1'
and ono's heel n tapplnn
Town   (ial/    Harrlg
ri -in the fi'lames,"
".lack an I  UH an I
75e, $1.00 '-"d *tb��'
drug store.
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Price* 50c
Heat flalo at Ryall's
Salo befiinn on the
17th. WEDNESDAY. DEC.  16, 1908.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
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ONLY 8 MORE
Shopping Days
Before Xmas
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fts    Remember, we sell at the lowest figure, and at the same
;:,,. give you the bigge i valm .-.
We commend the unde mentioned li     to your attention
.,  lies' and Gentlemen's   v from      $1.00 to $3 50
.- .   mer and Travel in.. Rugs from  $2.=.o to $7.75
,.,i      ' and Cent*'  Lin      ,:  nd erchiefs from 5c to $2.00
.. lie ' Fancj  Belts I   ���*..-   25c to $1.75
Ladies' Fancj   C I i     trom  15c to $3.00
���ui:   Brooches, Pins, Buckles, etc., from  25c to $1.00
Gloves, in endle ��� .... 50c to $3.00
Hand Bags   nev. styles, from ..75c to $7.50
.  Necklaces, Pearl Beads, etc., from 10c to $1.50
Ladies'   Won]   i,. :..   md S Ik Hose, all qua and all prii
..   Plain and Fani     Wool  and  Silk Hose, from.,  25c to 75;
..  Cushi ms and Cus tion Top
���.   I'i. ture Tapesti I
dn and Fancy Il.m i  Drawn Linens, in Tt ay Cloths   Elunn rs,
Scai vei. D ivlie*   ��� ���*��� . Ha :' Prli e.
.ivy Hand-made Battenburg Linens,  til   i   Hail Prlci
Satin Damask Table Clotl      wi     N'a    In    i i match, from
Set    $4.00 to $30.00
.  down  Quill     ea      I   >m       $6.C0 to $15.00
' Plain and Fancj   Sweaters 85c to $3.00
Ladles'Furs I    m^ each       $2.00 to $150.00
NOTE.    3 i t" i" i" ��� ci ill Fun  In Stock.
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Womei .1,-y Net Poll     '���   Espril Nets, from     $2.00 to $25.00
!., lies'  I vi S   k, froi $1-50 to $3.00
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Shop Early and Get Best Service
An executive meeting of the Young
Liberals will be held at the Liberal
club rooms this evening at halt   past
! seven o'clock.    All members are  re-
| quested to be present.
Gamon'a for Royal City Mixture. *
A meeting of the hoard of managers
of ih.. Royal Columbian hospital will
h|e held ihis afternoon at the board
of trade room,
MacKenzle's cough cure cures.
Tenders for cedar poles for the
Chilliwack line closed yesterday. The
contract will not be let for some days
by tne B C. E. R.
Knock the cover off a box of "B.
C." cigars and try one.   It will make
a "hit."
Mainland Temple of the Pythian
Si ters will hold its annual dance this
evening al Si Georges hall. A large
number of invitations have been si i'!
run. and a pleasant time is assured.
The Westminster Liberal association meets in tho club rooms, confer
,-.,; ,, . , | and M-cKi nzl ��� streets, every
>: second an I fourth Thursdays at S p.m.
Visiting    Llbi rals    welcome.    A.    E.
;| Kellington, president; J. W, MacDonald, .-'(-i-tary.
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In the "Fifty   Miles   from   Boston" ���
companj   which  will  be at the opera %
hou-.   "ii Tuesday next, is a local girl, J
Mi-- Jesse Martin, who plays a prom- *
inenl pari   in   the   cast.   Her   father ���
was    formerly    a    government    boat .
builder and contractor. ��
All dealers handle "B. C." and "Old J
Sport" cigars. The old reliable. ���
brands. **   ���
No.   I, .Native  Sons  of  B.  C.
i Ideal Xmas Presents
We are showing a line of goods suitable for holiday gifts that surpass anything    ver shown  before.
We have rockers at special prices that will give you a chance to
make a present at a very little cost���and be presentable.
See our special lines of lace curtains. Odd lines of one, two and
three pairs, at less than half price.
White Marsailles and honey-comb bed spreads at $1.00 each; regular $2.."in. $3.00 and $3.50 goods.
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Poi-
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lorne  Street.      Phone 73.
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T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
At St. Barnabas hall this evening a
j conceit wlll be given by the Mackness
; quartette, all of w hom are dl8tingui��h-
musiclans.    Herbert Mackness will
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11 din cl i tii   . impany,
The Ram ma  was unable to resume
her run yesterday, bul the boilers were
| Inspected   yesterday,   and   ail   found
satisfactory. She wlll resume her run
j on  Thursday,  and  continue  regularly
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Annual Free Guessing Competition.
I Look at Prizes in our window. Horace
'��� Dorer. **
The regular business meeting of the
i Ladies' Ail loclety of Queens avenue
church will be held at the residence
of Mrs. Henry Lawrence, Leopold
Place, this afternoon at ;; o'clock.
After he transaction of business, a
social bour will be spent and refreshments  .*������: . ���
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
j merit���the * Brillante," made by the
Ib.  C.  Ci-.ii   factory.
The funeral takes plac. today of
Alexander Edward Potter, son of F.
.1 Potter, of Edmonds street, Burnaby,
wbo died on .Monday at the age of .six
| mouths. The cortegi leaves Murchle's
parlors al - p.m! for the Church of
England cemetery, Sapperton, Hev. D.
i Dunlop officiating.
will hold its regular meeting this
evening in the K. of I', hall, when a
number of candidates will Le initiated.
Afti the business meeting, a progressive whist tournament will occupy the attention of the members.
Holly :m,i Miseltoe for Christmas.
Phone 184; Tidy, the Florist.
A meeting of the board of control
of the ltoyal Agricultural and Industrial society will be held tomorrow af-
ternoon at 3:30. The directors will
meet on Friday evening and on Saturdaj morning the revising committees
will rivet with, reference to the schedule for the next year.
MacKenzle's  pharmacy    for    ebony
gifts.
Th fourth quarterly meeting of the
licen- commissioners will be held tonight, when the renewals of licenses
for hotels and saloons are to be cor.
Bidered. The question of the lncreas<
of iicen.-e f.-e.s is expected to arise, as
well as the control of clubs dealt with
by the executive of the B. C. Union
of M inicipalities recently.
Annua; Free Guessing Competition.
Look at Prizes in our window. Horac.
Doi *��
Thi re will be no more bowling- In
the interhouse league till after Christ-
nias. owing to the extra shopping
hours calling for the services of many
of the players, The weekly games
with Vancouver on Wednesdays and
the t' '.--graphic league matches on
Fridays will be continud. The locals
roll at Vancouver this evening,
Vn.. phone B278 Royal City Cleaning and Dye works. Hats cleaned.    l*
A* tne monthly meeting of the board
ol trade to be held tomorrow .veiling.
. lisenssion on fruit inspect! m In th
.. Fraser river valley will be In- j|
I in. J. De C. Wetherell, of fo
Burnaby, having determined to take K
the initiative in repressing certain ^
measures which are considved by
many to adversedly affect the fruii
culture Industry.
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8  DAYS
And Christmas Will Be Here!
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BOOKS    '
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MacKay's Bookstore
There ai    probablj no better books published in the world toi
oung people than by Th*. Nelson A BotJ, 0_ Edinburgh, and th.
I     R. T. Society, of London    W have hundreds    of   thes<
���     books besides a large range of otbeY book*
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i Toys, Dolls, Post Card Albums
j Children's Toy Books ff
Here are a few suggestions:
Something useful is the most
acceptable. What would be nicer
or more appreciated than any of
the following gifts:
A pair of Fancy Moccasins
A pair of fur trimmed Slippers
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A pair of genuine Or. Jaeger's Slippers
For your lady or gentleman friends.
A pair of Gum Boots
OR
A pair of Moccasins
For the small boys or girls.
Our big Clearance Sale goes merrily on.
All goods on our bargain tables are
still being sold at manufacturers'prices.
Your pair is still here.
For berried Holly for Christmas,
ring up Davies' greenhouse. B :_0.S.    **
A meeting of the South African
campaigners resident in Vancouver
and Westminster ha_* been called   for
. __. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
strainster na-* i*een cau-u   ior j
Dec  22 to discuss the matter of   land    0*���K>.K)'K>-#O'%0-*l**0O*K!4C^
a '   0 n
grants  with a  view to seeing if the
grant will not he made to apply to all
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Hev. il   Shimankuki, pastor of th*
Herman   Reformed   church   at Tokyo.
Japan, and founder of the "Rikkokai,"
will reach Westminster in a few days,
when he  will    distribute    Christmas
gifts from  friends In .lapan  to members of the "Rikkokai."   His mission_
Will   be   performed   before  Christmas. I South African    war    volunteers    who;
when he will return to Japan to com-   were  resident  in  Canada  when    the
n-enre the building of a school to bef grant   was  made,  whether volunteers
conducted   under  the  auspices of thej from Canada or the old country,
society ot which he Is found' i. Among the  many  replies  to adver-
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ecently occupied hy  "���
���        W't have now moved Into our new store   . ,ete vange
I M. smith's millinery department, and are showing a complete
t < f CHRISTMAS ' OODS
J tha very article you have decided on tor lli;" 'lf'' "
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you get a urge.- cholcs of goods to select from.
|W. C. CHAMBERLIN n-^^
TRADE at
WELStfS
AND Vol' WILL OST THK
VERY BEST GOODS AT THK
VERT. LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICE.
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N'o,  1   Eggs, I! doz. for
. .$1.00
Why pay 10c for Butter? We
are selling good Butter 3 pound
for   $1.00
First   class    Hungarian   Flour,
per  suck    $1.65
Two  cans  Tomatoes  for....25c
Corn and Peas, ikm- tin    ...10c
Three  pound  Mixed  Nuts   ..50c
Christinas CANDIES of all
kinds.    Stacks  of  them.
C. A. WELSH
The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
sociation, are requests for detailed ln-
[ formation   from  an   Alberta    poultry
[raiser,  a New   York barber,   and  an
j Kngllsh electrical engin^r.   All three
i are men of some means, and ,are fie*
������������rijig on coming to the coast in the
near futlilfl,    The quantity   of    mail
handled by tile    association    Is constantly  increasing,  ft large number of
| booklets being sent <Wt every day.
The regular monthly meeting of the
trades and labor council will be held
on Friday evening, when an Interesting discussion is expected on the recent li. C. l'i. K. accident, at Beacons- ^
held, some the leading spirits among O
ihe labor men having come lo the con q
elusion that the enquiry Into the matter should not have ended Where B
did. Should the meeting so decide,
representations on the subject will be
made to Attorney-General Hows,.-.
with a request that Immediate action
be taken. .
His Honor Judge Howay reserved
Judgment In the case yesterday of A.
H. Cook vs. Mrs. Cook and J. A. Lee,
a ciuo which had been adjourned to
enable the witness i'. H. Barbaree to,
recover from illness. I'he action Is
one in which the plaintiff seeks to recover a num ier of household articles,
from the defendant Mi*. Lse, seized;
under a chattel ortgage given by
Mrs. Cook, and which he claims ^*^ -
his properly. R. V. "auiingioii ap-1
peared rm- plai miff; W. J. Whiteside
for Mrs. Cook, nnd J. R, C'l'^t tor Mr.!
Lee.
I
nsure \ our Team
Perhaps you have not got a team of Teddy ReaiS", but you may
have a team of valuable horses or a stylish single driver that you
would not like to lose. I can insure them against death from any
(auM whatever, including flre, accident or disease of any kind. If
you are interested inquire for rates, and I will be pleased to give
you full information whether you insurei Or not.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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Family Rates
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and  Blackie Stre<et.
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 865
Wing Yuen Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
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WEDNtSDAV, DEC. 16
1908.
YOU DON'T KNOW
Unless you have already tasted it
MOW DELIGHTPUL
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Is to the palate.
Several Carloads of this prime Prairie Fed Beef have already been sold to connoisseurs
throughout   the  Westminster  District, and  the verdict is   Unqualified   Satisfaction.
Pork
Veal
Killed, dressed and sold under the most careful sanitary- supervision
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The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminste!
EMBROIDERED   TRUTH
M��.V Twain on His Own Repetition
For Veracity.
I am used to bavins u.y Btal mentd
nted, My mother bei:an it before
1 was seven years old. Yet all through
my life my facts have had a substratum of truth, and therefoae they wens
not without preclousness. Any person
���who is familiar with me knows how to
strike my average and therefore knows
tv.v to get tt the jewel of any fa.t of
'. ne end dig lt out of Its blue clay
u. atrix My mother knew tbat art.
V\ ben I waa seven or eight or ten or
t- .-������ yean "'.d���along there���a neigh-
bo-' said to her:
"Do you ever believe anything that
that boy says?''
My mother said:
"He Is the wellsprinir of truth, but
���fori can't bring up the whoio well witb
one bucket." __nd she added: 'I know
his average, therefore he never do*
reives me. I discount him 80 per cent
for embroidery, and what ts left ls
perfi * and priceless truth without a
' ia It anywhere."���Mark Twain's
__ ' biography in North American He
view
The  F;ght;ng   Lemming.
If the lemming1? powers *,<���?" pro*
;- * i --'1 to his pltiok, the lemming
-*-o Id make things lively for tlie
.-. ��� r. It attacks va-iib reckless fury
tbe Imi Miles passerby. One of these
crest ires, unalier than a rat, will as
Mil without a second tbmight a coupls
���f bnman lielngH weighing 160 poundu
apiece. It will spring to one* knees,
barking and biting, and In purl-lln-1
fury fall hack "all ends up" to the
������arth. only to renew tbe attack again
find sgnln One day while one lem
rnlng was flying at me another from
hey ond a nine 11 stream joined In tbe
demonstration and presently swam
RCTOS8 to get to clOM quarters. 1 waa
not quite sure ihst the first fall Into
the water was not accidental) hut
biyflJ.v think no. since once there lt
tame straight to the charge.���"WVd
Korway.''
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office.   Greenhouses    r.na    Seed-
houses.
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Brain h Nui ������;..  So il , Vancouver.
Acci in I Ti       l Stock,
SEEDS foi   the spring
from  the .������ st grower*  In    Eng
Fram ���.    Holland,    I
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: a ��� thosi  which can be a ic-
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Extra choice lot of fruii
small  fruit -.   sl i ctly home
grown nnd our own propagation
"tii    e tring stock.
Ornamental    In    all    leadii
-. i leties  sultabli   toi
B,   i".     All   ill.    besl  make of
pumps,
Fertilizers,      Bee      Supi
Spraying Materials, <'v    F
era, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
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VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
WARNING   TO  PURCHASERS.
omeni of th. right oi a
South .-'���������    ed to a
land .-      - ..v.-' :.,i-
pointm ii   ��� v in i
ill   thl    1"   . II   Ac!
Spi cia i.  is  called  iu Sub
sec Ioi ���. he Volunteer
Bount,    .        . b provide
no :i ol  thi   ri    t of a vol-
unti..    .    the appi li tmi nt of a    u  -
���i i    reco .'iii/.i'il
of   the   Inti ; lor
is not executed and dated after
the date  of  the  warrant for the land
grant . .     ..I v    ���      ol Militia
and Di fern e in favor of th    volunteer.
I. W, GREE.NWAY,
inner of Dominion
Land    Ottawa.
28th  September   1908.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER*
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Traina Every Dav in thr Ye��
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
^^^^  1    and Chicago
A Novel HMrth Ru8, THE TRAIN OF FAME
IaOok up all lhe old sock* and j THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD
ttockinga that are past wearing and ! Embodies the newest and best ideas
eat off the feet, unravel ihe woo) \ioT COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
��nd make into Utile balls, made bj and LUXURY. It is lighted with
pae_ing the wool eighteen times over J.0.',!1. e],ectr!Sfty and Kas.' the most
the /our fingers; tie and sew on to   brilll��nt,y   '"^inated   train   in   the
��� piece of slrong canvas in alternate K's fl *qu,pTcnt consists of
rows. After sewing cut each ball to 51^1" ""' standard
the center, when a U pret* effect t^SS^ J^tft
will be seen. It has lhe look of one modern day coaches and buffet Ii-
eosting three t'mes as much,    The | brary and smoking car*
For Time Table,, Folder.,, or any
further Information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
.   in Second A-renue  Seattle. With
s,  perform  tue     required    resl-
lence d itli on    fa
laud own. I *��� ��� -��� him, not less
than eighty  i - i itent, in
the vicinity of his homestead, Joint
ownership in land �� 11 nol meet this
reijui rement.
(iii   If thi i other, if the
father 1 .  ���   > . .-���..���.-
i I inning
iand  own   I him, not 1'
than  ��� . ....
; . ��� vi, or up
on ii ��� I entered tor b> bim
ln the vicinity, such homesteader mny
peri ..in iiis ov,n r< sidence duties b)
living  with the father  (or mother).
iii '; ho *��� rm "vie nltj" In the two
preceding ��� iragrapbs i--- defined as
meaning not more th&n nine miles In
a direct line, e__ .,.��������� .- ��� v.vitb
of road allowances crossed in the
e       irement
(5) a homi sti n���:��� .- Inti ndlng to
pei form iiis r< Idence luties in ac
cordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the flK''tit
for the dli trict of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
ne given *<i the Commissioner of Do
minjon Lands al Ottawa, of intention
to applj tor patent
W.  W. CORY.
, Deputy of the Minlswr of thu Interior
o*o*o*o*c*o*qo*c>*c>*g*c.*o*c> c*c*o*c*z*r *   ��� ef.ec*eneoio
! LOT 7,  Block 361
A
���
m the comer of Royal avenue and Eleventh Btr
. ! -.'.ai��� w. facl u. C. Klectrie and
i in       ���  thl    piopi : :���      Price $3000. ^
terms    this is \ s -.CRiFiCE. J
l Dominion Trust Co.
8
���
T. R   PEARSON, Mgr.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
K)*OK>��OK>*KX>eo*K)eOeoeoeO oec-^oeoeoeo-eooec* *���
��� 40��C
-!���
rag will appear une mass o!
Besides being veiy inexpensive, iv
also Uiriftv, beoeuu each time i; i��
,-wathed it wil! look likl arw
���ynopslt of Canaa,.*.:. North-Weit
Homesteaa Regulations.
Auy even num en a lection of Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
!any person wbo i.i i;i(. *,,��� ,1(,a(J (jf a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent or one-quarter sec*
Ition of 100 acres, more or le a
Application   Tor   eutrj     mu9t     be
,made In person   by  the applicant at j
la Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district m which the
I land is situate.   Entry by proity may,
1 however,   be  made at an  agency on
'certain conditions by the father, inotb-
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of
Ian intending homesteader,
: The homesteader is reju'ired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plaus-
(1)    At least six monl        ,   1(lence
upon and  cultivation of the land In
���each year for three >���
���    (2)   a nomeste,  . ,f ^ M'
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Imperial Limited leaves dally al
*-20 a.m.
Atlantic Kxpie-s leaves daily at
3:20 p.m.
Whether you travel tor pleasure or
business always buy your tickets vlu
the C. P. R. as you are   certain    of
speed,  safely  and  comfort.
Tickets Issued to and from all points.
For further particulars and reserv*-
t-ons apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. R. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouvor.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
umre   1'i.on.   18b.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Bag    ..      ��� iivered   promptly   tc
; art of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Passenger Dervice per
SS. "Favorite
-!?!?
EMM
I r     ���������������ii ia.i_.____. HXufa, v
CANADIAN PACU-
ATUHTIC STEAHSHIPS
i.V
LbUVlJU UQEWti*��Qi
BOOKING TO   AM'   I
POINTS   IN   Till:
CAN   BE  A lilt AMI I 11   ' US v
ncE,
Em]..     in ii iin 	
Empress Ireland
FY: other dates
applj to
ED   001
Carrying freight and passengers to
all points between New Westminster
and Westham Island.
Leaves Urackman-Ker'H wnarf dally
at 2 p.m.; additional trip on Mondays,!
leaving at  5 a.m.
Returning  leave Westham  Island 7
,a.m. daily, except Fridays at C a.m.; I
additional  trip on  Saturdays,  leaving'
nt 5:30 p.m., calling at Steveston aa
Inducement offers.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmato-r
Two   door*   hom   Geo. Ad��"   rr"r"
_,' Vi ur
Ladles'Gold Watcnes fTOB ��� ���
Oen.lenien's   Silver   WatO *
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver WatcheB,  *�����
case, 97.50 up.
Agent for the nelebrsted ?<';��;
Watches, supplied   fo   the
Arctic Kxpedltion.    ill ��*-��� "
Chains, Rings. Jewpiry. eu   ' ��
Watch   repairing;    c"*1^*'
UT       ADVERTIHB      ��*
��� m -
THE      DAILY
jj rOO Need AW
^^^aWa*m WEDNfc'-"-
THE DAlL'f NEWS.
Mail Service
, lloff|ng are the hours of despatch
if mails at the New Wesl
office, the hour given in
being the hour of closing,
an hour, as a rule, bell dfn���tph.    All malls,
,. attfft. are despatch-
Ived daily except Suml,-.
dispatched    and
aad arrlv-
mtoster  '
each i
wbtcb Is
tore l1"'
unless
wl ami re
The onl'.
,?���..: [a3  ,,ie thc 0. P. R. si
p  i[  east mails, not including
mails,    Sappertou,    Fru.v-   And all the
Grand Trunk Ry.
I***************************************** ******
and C
-he   waj
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mabs Despatched.
(closed at eleven o   ... ,.
night)���Vanoouver
i:W a. '�����
���ihe previous
IL "Owl.
via
N.
Vancouver    and  (excepi
ia, via B. C.  Electric
1:'D a.m
Tuesday.  Vv'
.-ailwW-
Sumafl and Seattle, including all I'.
s points east and south, and points
v ..   Westminster and Hunt-
\ia C. P. R. south;  also
Sapperton, and    Fraser
Excellent Train Service Between    *
Chicago, London, jt
Hamilton, Toronto, ���
Montreal, Quebec,        I j
Portland, Boston, }
principal business centers of ' *
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL ',
TIME PROVINCES.
kho to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.!
For Tin... Tables, etc.. adclrcss
j Arrived���A Car-
��� load of
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RANGES FOR
CHRISTMAS
-ieii'^^'W--jt^tnri?iHiii- MuM tt It i.'MiWiHt
| Wanted -:- Lost -:- found J
I for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc. I
*  #
-innmpwv*if,i.'''.i"ii,ww'ii''i."i ���._"._-..���-���_"..������..-__--.."-���������
FOUND���A gold locket on B'ourth
stree' ; owner can have same by applying  at   this office.
THE REAL CHINESE GONO.^
HARDMAIN   &   CO.
A. Hardman. A. Jatnes. J. McClughan. Front Street, Trnst Block.
***************************************************
llliiiue and    Seattle,    ln-
S. points east and soutb;
between N'ew Westmin-
luuvi-'ii
liigdon, i"
C. P. B* '' "
Mill*.
a    0  .ill.
eluding all ''
also all ��� ���
.,,. ,,:1 Blaine, via G. .V. R.
..,,,,. Clovi nl.il'- and district (Clover Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Allu*
... an ogton    Prairie)    Hazel*
mer(  !'���,   Kell;, Hull's.  Prairie   and
patched daily except Sun-
jj,    cla ton,     .Monday,     Tue day,
.��� Saturda: .    Tym he  I
. , , i. Wednesday and E
.       minis are all received
despatched.
.:..   Vancouver, Victoria an |
via B, C. Electric railway
Strawberry Hill,    Tim
South Westminsti :*,   by
i ii   lay and Friday).
;       m    East Hiirnaby, hy co .
m ���Burqultlam, by courier.
Ladner,   Port    Gulcl ���
',<.. I land  and   Sunbury,    daily
exci Woodward.   Tue
Saturday, via  i teamei
C ipt. J. C. Bruce.   (Steves-
flon i ati bi .1 and reoe ved   via
Fai
I       p.m.���Vancouver    and    Piper
'���   x. it. north.
;       .' v iniver and Burnaby 11
. trie railway,    s iturday
all is despati bed to   Vic
toi ncoui     at tb    houi
��      and Seattle, including a
east and ��� o ith, \ ia G   N   R
,     ('. P, K. eust, Sapi*
;* a an I Coquitlam.
The iwo 7:30 n.m   C   P   R
tli   an.I   . ..  t.   Ink'-   m l .
inta    from   New    Westmin ter
i in luding  Langlej   and  di
iv*  Haie >.i   Th,   2 30 p in   C l'
I -.-patch omll    . .. Lower Fi i
olni    ea it  oi Coquitlam except  Piti
port Haney. Port Hammond,
'''-   ti r's     Corners,    Mission     City,
Agassiz and Harrison    Hot   Spring!-.
U ill   for Port Moody and n irnel
tnth via Vancouver and ('. P. R. malls
CEO. W. VAL.X.
Aslant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent. 135 Adams St.. ChJeasro. 111.
SOCIETIES.
I. 0. 0. F .���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings ot this lodge
are held In Oddfellews' hall. Colum
bla street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock.
���V. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. _
��� Meetings the first and third Tues-
day in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
I^xlge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows'  block,  Clarkson  street
i 9*o*o*oeo*K)*(X)*o*����*o*o*��o<o o*o*o*o*o*n*C)0*o*o*Q*ci*o*o
A REMINDER
There is but little time left In   this year  for good resolutions.
Nothing succeeds like a dollar bill, nnd it only takes one to open
an account with this bank.
Among >our other good resolutions, include the openin; of a Sav-
B ���:!    Account with us.
DO   IT   NOW
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, near library, suitable for two.
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable,    Apply 2S7 Victoria street.
WANTED���Female teacher for fourth
division Weatside schodl, this city.
Application will he received by the
undersigned until 6 p.m. of Thursday, 17th inst. Robert Lennie, secretary.
In
77..
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
New Westminster, B. C. Branch.
F.   B.   LYLE,   Manager
0*0*Q*0*0*0*CXO*0*Q>*0*0*0*0   O* ^���0��0����O0O��O0*O4O*O��O*t>0*0
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Fridav in the
month  at   _   o'clock,  lu the  smal;
ball,  Oddfellows'   block.
FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES,
Aerie No. 'ju���Meets every Tuesday i
evening at 8 p.  m., in the Eagles j
ball,   Columbia   street.   A.   Clark,
W. Pres ;   H   Schofield. Secretary.   .
THE ROYAL TEMWLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at  t.  o'clock  p.  m��� in Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.
UON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month ..
K. of i'. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I. 0. 0. F.��� Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall, Col
umbla Street, every Friday evening
al 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
madi velcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. (_!.; C. E. Osborne, P. G-, recor '-
��� - secretary.
08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B 8.���
Hed Hose Degree meets Becond and
Fourth Wednesday of inch month,
ir K. of P. Hall, ''"luiiibia St.. al
_ p. iu., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each month, same
���   .'. aci
eodvftie*"
It Makes Her Tired
When th-* w-i_e wants high grade
foods and is offered "something Just
as good."
Tin i ������ . lam at Deans. You alii _y<s  ���     .'���.v   you want.
Our stock of raisins, currants, peel.
etc., for the Christmas cake is the
v.-ry besl
Adams & Deans
Greenes  and Crockeryware.
WANTED���-\ nurse girl; services re-
ipiired from 1 to li p.m. Mrs. Dr.
Jones, Royal avenue.
FOR S.\LE���A span of heavy geldings
(.bays) well matcned, about 1700 lbs.
each; flve aud six years old. For
price and further particulars apply
to E. A. P., Box 29, city.
I WANTED���Good live agent to sell the
Marvel self-working washer. Man
with horse and rig preferred. Address, W. I). McFarland, 1020 Westminster avenue, Vancouver,
TO RENT���Furnished rooms from
$1.50 per week up. Steam heated.
bath and modern conveniences. Apply the Vendome, or to Mrs. Archer, Royal Cafe (formerly Lee's).
TO RENT���Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply to -Mex. Speck.
tt  _1 -'_<��� an Uproar aa Awful aa It SB
��((i,ni��Mi..S. .
��y the way, did you ever hear a rati
Chinese gong? I don't mean a hotel
gon��, but one of those great moon
disks of yellow metal which have so
terrible a power of utterance.
A gentleman lir Biingo.* north Wales,
nvho had a private museum of souta
Pacific and Chinese curiosities, exhibited one to me. lt was hanging auild
FIJI spears beautifully barbed with
���harks' teeth, which, together with
grotesque New Zealand clubs of green
stone and Sandwich Island paddlee
wrought with the baroque visages ot
the tvhark god, were depe_i_,ding from
the wulls, also there were Indian elephants hi ivory, carrying balls ln their
carven bellies, each ball containing
many other balls luslde It.
The gong glimmered pale and bug**
and yellow, like the moon rising over a
southern   swamp.     My   frleud  tappet
its ancient face with a uuitfled drum**
���tick, and It commenced to sob like
i waves upon a low beach.   lie tapped it
again, and It moaned like the wind la
�� mighty fore .t of pines.   Again, and it
commenced to roar, aud with eacl  tap
; the roar grew deeper aud deeper till It
��� teemed  like  thunder  rolling over  a*
, abyss In the Cordilleras or the ctanll-
lng of Thor's chariot wheels.
It was awful and astouishing as avr>
(nl, I Assure you I did not liiiiRb at tt
at all. It Impressed me as something
terrible mil mysterious. I vainly
���ought to understand how tbat thla
disk of trembling metal could produce so frightful a vibration. He Informed tie that it was very expensive
being chiefly made of the most precious
metals, silver aud gold.���From "lit*
and Letters of Lafeadlo fUara."
Trains   & Steamers Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINK
Li ave N'ew Westminsti r 5:20,
11:20, 15:20, IT: 12 and 22.
Arrive -at .New Westminster lm 17.
12:25, 16.27,  IS: 15 and 23.
British Column!.. Coast Lln*
8erv.ee.
TIME TABLE
Wanted to Get Evan.
Alfred II. Love, the peace advo-
��ate, had been protesting in Philadelphia against the great quantity
ef military features in preparation
for the Jamestown exposition.
 *        "Really,"  he  concluded, with   a
WANTED���Pupils for violin and man- KR\[e) "one would think that tliq
dolln; fees moderate. Address | whole work) was animated and kept
Box 487, City. j progressing by a  spirit of hatred
  ���    and   revenge  and  bitter  enmity."
vESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT I Then he told this story:
AGENCY���Under new jaanagement,       "A pale, wan woman on her death-
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O i bed said in a weak voioo to her hus-
box 807.    Can supply you with all   band:
kinds of help    promptly,   free    of       " Tlenry, if I die promise aie one
charge.    Branch office, 107 Cordova l- thing.'
st-eet weet. Phone A 2750. Vancou- |      "  Gladly, my poor darling
'P7, B. C.
-JRLAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
Lv. .v W. ti.-'' a.m.; ar. Beattie 4 u.ni.
Lv. N. W. 1.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 o.m
Lv. N. Vv 12 10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle S:10 a.m. , ar. X. W. 3 p.m.
I.v. Seattle 4:25 p.m., ar. N. W. 9:55
p.m.
l.v. Si attle  1 ir. N. V. 6:20
a. in.
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA
ROUTE.
SEATTLE
Terrporary Service.
Steamer Princess Victoria wMl leave
Vancouver dally al  I p.m ; arrive Victoria li p.m.    Leave Victoria al   11.59
p.m. dall} : arrive Vancouver 7 a.m.
Steamer Pi ncess Royal will   leave
| Victoria 11: >0 p.m. daily, except Sun-
day;  arrive  Seattle  .  a.m   daily, ex-
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRA CTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
Whal
is it 1 am to promise?"
"'Promise me that you will marry Mary Simpson.'
"The man started.
"'But,' he said, 'I thought yor
hated her.'
" 'I do, Henry,' the dying woman
whi_5|K-wl. 'I want to get evea
with her'"
Clll.iui;
I
9:00
a m
all
Mails   Received.
Hialuc and    Scuttle,
V. S. i*oints, via O. N.
to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill.
'"viand   and  South   Westminster
trier (Tuesday and Friday).
8 20 a.m.���Vancouver ;>nd   Victoria,
���n      C.  Electric railway.
-   a ni.-  Vancouver,  via O,  N. H
10:00   to   11:00  a.n_��� Ladner,   I'ort
. Westham Island and (Tuesday,   lliursday  and Saturday)   Wood*
a Bteamer Favourite. (Steves-
. ton despatched and reeeived via Van*
*'   - r.)
i- 10   to   l   p.m.--c.   P.   u.   east,
UJto,   Fraser  Mills  an 1    OOQUlt-
ill;
1 ' I pm.   Vancouver. Central Park
l;i ��� :��� Arm.
I
���li
l'i'
i
PI
' ii.'n    East Burnaby, by courier.
��� m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
; in    Blaine and Beattie,   in
ill U. s. iK.ims; al o all polnti
��� ii Blaine and New Wi stminster,
V 11. (See not'- above as '"
"n which thes,. mails are des*
I   and   received..
in    Vancouver ... 0. N. Iter ''
G    \.  H ���PORT GUICHON
N'o. 397    leaves   Xew Westminster cepi Monday;  leavt  Seattle 8:30 a.m.
i  p.m., arrive Guichon 0 p.m. Fri- daily, excepi   Monday:  arrive Victoria
King Solomon Lodge,  days; also connections by 10:10 a.m. at I p.m. daily, except Monday,
and A   M.:   I.   O. L., j except New Westminster Tuesday and WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA   ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
arrive New N-ew Westmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Iso con-      Leaves New Westminster on Wed-
OTHER     FRATERNAL     SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. '.), A
(���'. and A. M.
No. 17, A.  _���'
No, 1150; L. (). L., No. 1693; Court   4:35 Thursday.
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F- C. O.      Leave Guichon 6:30 a.m
K.,   Court Westminster,   No.   3_10;
Brotherhood of Ow's. Nes�� No 2��:
Westminster S:45  Fridays;
nectlons by 2 p.m.   except
Guichon
 '    Tuesday and 6 a.m. Thursday.
iOARD  OF TRADE.���New  Westmin-   i.v   \. \y. C:20 a.m., 3 p.m., and 9.55
nesday
ster Moaid of Trade meets in the
i .md Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May,
Uigust and November, at 8 p. ra.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. Now
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.      __.  E. White. Se<*..
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Tees
p.m. for Vancouver. Leaves Victoria 11   p.m.   lst,   10th
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 4 p.m. and an(j 20th ot each month for Clayoquot,
11:30  p.m.  for Westminster. I Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.     of each month for Quatsino and way
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20, 'ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every hait   Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports,
tour thereafter till 11 p.m. VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
Lv.  Vancouver   tor  Westminster  at
E:50,  6:50,  7:20  and  half hourly  till i
11:30 p.m.
* PROFESSIONAL.
_ Sent#0o Approval
w
F. 11 A N S F O R D. Barrister
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzU
streets, N��w Westminster, B. fl
A.
,VII1..V1.I.I.H,     HARUlSTF.lt.   SO
licitor,  etc.,    42   U.rne  Street,
apposite Court House   New West'i.'ii
ti r     I'lui'ir 143
W
EDMONDS, Barrlf
To RESrONSIBLS PEOPLE
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
Vha Ink Pencil rl'r-
Your Choice of
HITESIDE   fi
ters and solicitors,  Blackie Blk
olumblB  street.    New    Westminsier
i  Whiteside, ii  L Edmonds.
Vancouver via B. C.  F.'.ccirlc
, in    Victoria . a Vancouver,
>     ' Mil --Sumas   and Seattle,    in-
1,11      _ all F. S. points and point    '
u''"ii Huntingdon and New We ttntn-
Bl1    via c. P, R. j-outh; also Fraser
MllU.
1 '"i p.m.���C. P. R. ea '
M
MlTIN &  McQUARIUB,  BAHltlS
ters. solicitors, etc.   Offices. Ne-.��
corn 'i
Westminster,   Trapp   Block,
Clarkson and  Lome streets.
$
Thtia
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
Bt tttvtl
S. 8. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m. dally,
except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
SKAGWAY  ROUTE.
Princess May Waves Vancouver December 1.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 16th of
��� ���very month.
DP RIVER.
leaver���
From New Westminster Monday
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a m.
COLUMBIA    ana     McNEEuEY   STS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P. O. Bov   R8d
Wher�� Ho Got Them.
William J. i'lynn, the secret tvrv*
ice agent, was discu^ing a certaiu
German burglar alarm Jrith a Xew
Vork reporter.
r-pi        w-. |* rpi "It   was   this   alarm,"   said   Mr.
1 he fcdison 1 heatre! "aw ����� ��� l^\ -a��* a thick.
set man called on a hardware dealex
about.
"I'd like to sell you cheap 40*9
burglar alarms,' the man said.
"'Are yon �� saMmfprtfuTer?' th*
, irdws re diiaiei .sked
"'No, aii,' iv the w//; T�� **
WgLat'-
Corner Columbia and Eighth.
High CLasa Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matinee for Ladies and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
C.   tiamber
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10,   Brine Block
New  Westmlnstsr P.O.Box 795
(NOTICE
Poil
paid
to any
address
4
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SIORQE B. MARTIN, Barrister am
Solicitor. Qulchon block. Colum
ia and McKenzii. streets. New West
duster. B. C.
'PERA  HOUSE BOOKINGS.
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22,    50 Miles From Boston.
24.���Babes   ni  Toyland.
26.���Sandy Bottom,
29.���The Great Divide.
30.���Florence   Huberts
;   '   1      Si plunlinrd.
���''''"��� B,   -Henry's Minstrels.
' W   tl.--Shore Acres.
���,:"'   11.���At Cripple Creek.
15,   Theodore Ivorch.
Jan, 2r,._Threo Years in Arkansaw.
"The Milwaukee
J}
to
The   Pioneer   Limited"   St.  Paul
Chicago,   "Short   Line"  Omaha  to
ChiM|0,  "South    West    Limited
KUMS City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   Ihr   service   on   any
ulroad   in   the   world  that   equal  in |
quipmetlt that ot the Chicago   M.l-(
ranker   h   St.   Paul   Railway      The,
.wn  nnd operate their own  sleeping'
,���,, ,Mnin.. *:ts on alll ther trains and
<tVe    Ki    Vtrons  an  excellence  of
aervi ���    I      * btainable elsewhere.
4   .  roWE. General Agent, j
,w Third St.. cor AW-r Portland. Or. I
Illustrations aie L&aot Size
Hv?ry pen guaranteed   j
full H Kt. ttclid Oold���cut
on i im.li t baud iinty bv hut
in  either our standard
Mack opaque pattern, Ol
Non*breakable Transpai
t'tit, ciH cksired, cither In I
plain or engraved tiuish,
ns preferreu.
You mny trv thin p��>n a wpck, r
If T'H 'Li n.-l I. ini 11 it., rri'i-'i.i i.t-- 1. H
��� i-.'ii.T   *>��� tn l.i ttian you can H
CiT** for TIIHLK TIMU THIS mum
rani Id hi./ other BltJtS, If tn
���nlifrly   aatit>fuU>ry in t"*ty xt
��� i *-, t r, ti,  n tt and ***** will mi..I [
you f  mfork.
Cct om tirt li our fami.is ftml \
Popular  Rn- On  Ink  renctl,   a
i-.-si|-tt*U- leak pnef Irluinpli, WS}
I...    raiii.-ii     ll.    tuy    |-"Mli-'ii     In
i pppHI or thoppliiR liftc, ��rlt��-i a*
| any   *n<Kle *** tint tmich.    l'Uli
ti imi    (aprlnir)   f 1.   Iridium
pOtali tiolislifd-rulcanlTtMt  WhbflJ
i'����",   U-ira   c��tt��   flnlkh.      H-i'.il |
rvrrvwNrro    for   |J W.        Aitents
want*-".    Wrtt* for Urfflli   WrllS 1
How ")��tt yuu forget."    -VI n<
I* Laughlin Mfg. Co.#;;'
-���     Mt^ltlo Bldi) ,
Otlron. Mink
Kor   reservations   ana   tntormaUon
all or addrefls
ED. QOULBT,
Agent, New Westminster.
C. 13. FOSTKR,
���st. Qen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
3. W. TROUP,
(leneral auper-'Etendent. Victoria
60   YEAR8'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anronn sMirtlne ��tkctch ��nd dMOrtpllon m��y
JuloklT iwi'iarijiiii pur opinion froo wlii'H""- ��"
Invsnuon is probably puantMin ',"""J_un   -
tlon���Rtrlotlyoon_^rtl.l,t|,a^HA(iDBOPI^u��f��t'',���',
lout tron. (lUlciit ���bpiii"' for _ip<*urlii|l p��ten...
l'utunta tak��a tiirouiili Munn * Co. r��o_. v
tpecial notirit, without ohftruo. In the
Scieniilic nmericatt.
A h-SdBOmely Uluttrstcd wuenly. Ijireo't ��"���-
culntlon of any jcleniltlo ioarnal. Tcnus lor
(..anadii. a.l.7R * year, ikw.iifc iinii>ald. *M M
all uowwlo&ieni.
MUNN ft Co.*BiQ'��*"'- New York
Bran _l, Offlca, Cl, if ft, WasliUiKtoik D. 0,
Teamsters uni others are herebj
notified that on uud after Mondu;
December Hth, L908, the Olen Itridg.
on Sixth Avenue >viil be closed to
vehicular traffic and will remain s>>
until reconstruct! l
By order,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
N.w Westminster, R C. Dec. 11, 190S.
FIRE ALAItM   UOXliS
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City -Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue und Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue aiui Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital,
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia  and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue anrt  Sixth.
24���-.-.id avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av-*����ue and Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and F,|_;hth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Apnps and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.R. Station.
42���Small & Bucklin Mills.
tr      ADVERTISE      m
- .N ���
THE      DAILV      NEWS
It "ou  WANT HELP.
Street Letter Boxes
Following Is the complete    list   of
-tree: letter boxes, together with their
location and numerical designation:
Box .No. Situation.
1���Eighth Ave. and Twelfth St.
2���Eignth Ave. and  Eighth St.
i���Seventh  Ave.  and   Fourth  St.
4���Sixth Ave. and Third St.
5���Sixth Ave. aud Sixth St
U���Sixth Ave. aud Ninth St.
7���Sixth   Ave.  and  Twelfth _? .
8   Sixth Ave. and Fourteenth St.
tf���Fifth Ave. anil Fourteenth St.
it.��� Fourth Ave. and Twelfth St.
11���Fourth Aveuue and Tenth St.
12���Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
13���Fourth Ave.  ami  Fourth St.
14���Fourth Ave. and  S*econd St.
L'���Third .\ve. and Secoud St.
16���Queens Ave. and First St.
17���Queens Ave. and Third St.
18���-Queens Ave. and  Sixth St.
19���Quwns Ave. and Tenth St.
20���Eighth St. and Toronto Place.
21���Hanlan and Turner Sts.
22���Agnes and Tenth Sts.
23���Agne.i and Seventh Sts*.
24���AgnpH and Fourth Sts.
25���Agnes and Elliott Sts.
26���Agnes and Dufferin Sts.
27���Columbia and   Leopold Sts.
2S���Great  Northern   Railway  Station.
29���Columbia and Elliott Sts.
30���Columbia and Fourth Sts.
31���Columbia and  -\lexander Sts.
32���Columbia and Tenth Sts.
33���C. P. R. Station, Front St^
84���Front and McKenzie Sts.
3.1���Front and Lytton Square.
36���Front St., Schaake Building.
37���Brunette and  Keary Sts.
38���Columbia and Keary Sts.
39���Columbia and  Distillery Road.
40���Elfthth Ave.  and  Richmond  St
i 41���Richmond and Keary Sts.
! 42���Columbia and Alberta Sts.
I 43���-Junction Columbia and Front Sta-
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Howard &
4-;      . _
Mulrhead's
f Store for
I The Best Value
i For Your Money
���
V Now is the time for
1 you to get your XMAS
I GOODS.
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You get prompt de-
.', livery and the goods
1 you order
f FROM THE
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I Phone 386 *J
' P.O. Box 811 I
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Johnson's
Wood Finishes
JOHNSON'S WOOD DYE for
dying all woodwork furniture
and flcors.
JOHNSON'S PREPARED
WAX for polishing all woodwork.
JUBILEE SINGERS WERE
MEDIOCRE ENTERTAINERS
Concert  Under Auspices of Columbia*
College  Literary  Society  Was
Financial Success.
JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
SOLVA for r< moving all paint,
varnish, etc.
JOHNSONS PASTE WOOD
FILLER for filling the grain and
pores of wood.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& C0.|
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
i      Ellard Block, New Westminster.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
We make b specialty of   fir   door?,
steamed and kiln dried.
li is Jusi ii I - ople aa the Watk is
Jubilee Singers thai have broughl
negro minstrelsy to the dull level >i
mediocrity which ll occupies today,
with inn few i \i< viiius.
llrought here as they were unit
aegis of the Columbian College Li*.-
a.ry society, the colored singers mighi
have, in common decency, omitted
sonif' numbers of their repertoin
which savored too closely of the sacrilegious, the Introducing of a hybrid
Hallalejah chorus being In decidedly
bad taste,
Financially, the concert wns ,a success, as an entertainment it was le*
cidedly :lu> r. verse.
The first pan of the program was
given in the typical costumes of th<-
old southern darkies. The num!" -
were all choruses, representative
old time camp meetings. The director and flrsl basso, d. 11. Watkins, attracted the most attention. He is the
best singer of the group,
The last half of the recital open-,1
with two solos, rendering in talking
form by Miss Barbara Frank n,
soprano, and Mr. Watkins. the latter's
selection being "Old Black Joe." A
guitar solo by Mr. Everhart was effei
tlvelj played. Th tines; pieces of the
whole evening were given by the male
quartette In closing, and included
several exi ellent  imitative songs.
Only iwo hiili'-s appeared, M *
Taylor, who is a member of the troupi .
not assisting in any piec. no explanation beini offi red of her abst nee.
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End  of  Third Avenue.
PHone 413. New Westminster.
rr ADTKRTISK        -M
���  IN  ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
To  INCREASE  You.*  BUSINESS
THE STAGE
RAZORS
Ever-Ready
With 12 extra blades, $1.00
ALSO,   Full line of useful  and necessary Kitchen
Articles suitable for Xmas gii-ts.
BRYSON & SONS
Sole   Agents  for   Monarch   Ranges.
Coiumt's   Street. Telephone 65.
���   ������������������   ���'-���.*   *   *   *   *   *   *r*r?*'*.*r?*iJf*r?*":*-'J*;
Electric Railway
lnterurban   Line,
Carl   for  Vancouver  and    ���*   '
i-.'.ions  will  run every haif-
ir   from   5:50  a   rr.      Last
li leavei at ll p. m.
Iv, Vancouver 11:30.)
an leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap-
perton an . :lty limits over the
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a.  m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes aftei
the hour, eomm"ncing at 6:30
a. m. ,,.   |_
Sunday Service   nnirbeurly between 8.30 a.m   and 11 p.m.
ft
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
�� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� *���<*��� *��� * * * * ���i'*i::.*-;;'#:;:-*^:*:-,:--#^4::^-.::-.*:'.':4:::->.::-.*
���
���
"50  M.les From   Boston."
Miss Hazel  Lowry, who appears
j the den ire Sew England postmlstri
j in    V .Miles from Boston." has ai
which Is said to be wel) suited to bei ���
Lain .     ���     inality.    Mi*   Co1, in  wi
the pa t i   v cially for .Mu-- Lowrj an
is  said  to haw  given her .-ome good]
-vm-.   Jnek and Jill" being the mos
catchy of them.
Thomas Emorj, ano h. i  of i hi  cas I
Is we'l known in the west.    Lasl    ��� u
u ��� d in   'The Thi. e     if   Us,"
and   the m it    thi
. couni i j g i\. him greai ere Iii for good
work. Mr. Emorj bas ftfipea ed with
Blanche- Ring in "Vivian's Papas,
with S. Miller Ken: In "Raffles" and
with stock companies in Boston, Milwaukee and in Denver In the latter
city he playe i w ith ;i i latherine
i loun ���      S   ���' . companj
Walter P, Richardson Is also an-
���ii hi i . i ���-, .i ho '��� nam., is a familiar
one in theatrical centres in San Fran
c'sco, Spokane an i Tacoma, where he
was promim nt in stock companies.:
After the ean hqunki hi came i a I
, and has since been with "Wheu
Knighthood Was in Flower," and with
. Vde] lid" K. iin's company In New
V"i k,
Mastei  Rui sell Pincus is a tali nte l
voungstei    h :"  appear,   a    i he    un-
. ho gets    In    ��� verj -
body's   -
Mai i    Percj  Helton is said to have
oade o    ;   bit on I he coa I as 'Buster
Brown."    I li- is a boi n and bi ed child
of  the  -lav-,   having  appeared     nee
| 1... was a Ln li  kiddie.   The   i i ion b'--
j fore lasi  he |>lay< 'I  with Lou     Munn
I in.! Clara I - iman In "Julie Bon Bon,1'
j imi at  thi   close "f thl     v     ������������ n
' parental authoi ii ���-,  will  |.lai e    Ma <ter
' Percy in a militarj Bchool until he receives a good education
-."iii Miles from Boston" will b<   een
iii  the opera house on Tue ilaj  even
, ing.
i
c
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE
J.   G.   GAMON'S CIGAR    OIVAN,   F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR," Columbia  Street
CHOICE   MEATS
-"*, AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth SL ana    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
BOWELL * ODDr, Proprietor*
PUT SOME OF YOUR
PROFITS
IN OUR
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Y^U  might just as well receive 4 per
*   cent,  interest,  added quarterly,! on
the money  you  do  not  need till  next
summer.  Write us about it.
The Westminster Trust &
Safe Deposit Co. Ltd.
ABUNDANCE OF CHOICE IN
SUITABLE
Articles for Christmas Gifts
SHOP    EARLY
SHOP   EARLY
j
A Most Serviceable Gift
to Lady or Gentleman
Ati Umbrella
Appreciated probably more than anything you could give nn account of the use it is put to so often. We hav bought a large number of our Christmas umbrellas with handles of Rold and silver, uimhi
which room has been left for name or initials. You had better choose
now ao as to have thl-s work done before Christmas.
Ladies' Umbrellas with natural wood or fancy bone or pearl
handle . paragon frames, bulb runners,    steel    rod,   etc     Each    85c
to $3.75
Lades' Umbrellas with plain and  fancy gold and - handlei
Gloria and all silk covers.   Rani_v in price from  $4.00 to $16.50
Men's Umbrellas, self opening styles, atied witb strong durable
Bprings, heavy coverings.   Each $1.25 to $3.50
Men's Umbrellas with beauv old and horn ni" i. ng Eacb
$3.75 to  $10.50
Children's   Size   Umbrellas.     Each
75c and 85c
Fascinators
and Shawls
All sizes and aha . ..v
for   ��� vening   -.-.���
uses
Ice     Wool     Fascinator
Scarves,
$1.25 to
^^^^^      ��rs    and
in cream onlj     u,h
... $3 OO
s   '"   i   an
Wcol   Fascinator
cardinal, pink. Bky, pal., yellow
c��mblnal   ���,     i ,   , 50c t0 ^
Ice   Wool   Shawl
4
Bquare  in shap..
varletj  In   li  Ig        i       ji w
to
13.5C
Wool   Shawls   or   Squares.
all - leei from _ i
Bquarea In ere , ���. ���
cardinal an I mixed ,;,
white ground     P ii to $4
Silk Shawls In some -ti-
imi i hand on ������ ������
\I   ;.���       nd   ou cai i
niirin-   th' ii..
��� .'-niiii* ��*eai
ami     pi    il va
l.v h ���   $2.00 to W
Some Choice Designs in
Christmas
LINENS
__ | ii c   ol  nice linen Is    ap-
preciati I
wife,    If in   lou t what to give
have ������   ' ��� .   thn ugh
section.
Linen    Table    Lengths In   the
fin. ���                         :     IiVh
bleachi d I lama ks, with n.> vr.
1..                    ;..       .    Each    $2.25
to             $7.00
Na pkin Iii7..ii  $2.75  to
$7.00.
Special -,.< u<    in     \���  a
lng _ i i.��� ��� s of fancy Iin. ns,
EXCLUSIVE STYLES
IN FANCY
BACKCOMBS
Somi of iii- .-in ...
ei i  d<   ��� :i     bown in thi
The plainer   vai ietiea   are   h< re
In all thi .ip<   . bul     * Is
the special high . lass com -  - i
u hich w ���  ��Ish to d   ���
tention,
Mi"!:,'��� : ,i Mil bi iillani ol ' x.-
ceptlonall) brlghl and lustrous
finish .a beat qualltj
Stones are worked Into pi' a lng
designs and combs are in individual boxes. Vou can | vt
nothing more bandsonn for a
Each    30c to $8 50
SOMETHING
Suitable for
The Babies
. no   let Chrlslmfl    :���*
Sui h .i i.-* a   -������ .'ii bi i ���   mi i, ���
i..  .��� ai    in"-��� ���        'nil to
Babies'   Knitted   Wool   Jackets,   El]
:   and ' oniiv a i coat styli .
Infants'   Cashmere   Kimonas.  mad l .
nk or ...... >
Infants'   Silk   Dresses,   madi
ig at wi
botton      Kai b ...... . :       *   *
Infants'   Cashmere   Dresses. In   pla
Ea< ii      -
Infants'  Short Cloaks
Severa lai to i hoose from.    E ' ���   -
lnf_.r*V Long Cloaks:   two 00 I
Children's  Bearskin Coats  Hi  VarlOU
am    tteen and   r���   ���������-   ;    ������ .- iti   i
Each   '   *���
Infants'   Mitts   in  Styles   u-uall.    po|
Per pair     	
Infants' Booties In  all    I*        D
di    mi     Per pair          20: |*
Bibs; an unusually large ran.:.. o( thi  ���    ���-     da)
plain and fancy styles are to be found hi -���   Three for 25.-
Babies' Fancy  Bonnets, in silk, i.*
n attractive style at low r pric.    than    sua]
Children's  Gaiters, in  all   the  Bmall     ''/< -
an I gn ���     Per pair	
Children'!  Warm   Wool  Overalls;    ,���   am     nd      i.v!
withoui  feel     Per pair   50c
A NEW LOT OF
Fancy Delaine
WAISTS
\ .��� < Ial lol ui these Ber. Ic
,i . aii i Jual in rived per parcel post from England. The)
are considerably nicer in appearance limn the general run
of tt<i<.ii n blouses in the pa l
Th. , are all nlcel) trimmed
with lace yokes, collars an l
cull's and niai'ilain us. d are all
Ughl in color and patterns n"-
siiiall and neat.* All sizes
Eaeh       $3.50 to  $6.00
Attractive   Cream  arid
WHITE
SILK WAISTS
Underpriced at
$3.95 each
Thr. ������ dozi ii dalnl
white Japanesi   Jllk wai
.in..,h -i .���   modes    i I
I.H .     okes, collar .    cuff*-'
. ttlngi   "i  lace  In ' ; :;"'-
ample variety,   Si/.<-   lefl
���pecial lot give you cholci
32 to i" Inches,   Regular
$6.76 to $7.50.   Now Each $3 -
You Can Choose a Nice HANDBAG at Almost Any Price
Note the varieties: 35c  to $8.50
Children's and   Misses' Hand Bags in black rand colors,    Kae!
Ladies' Squaw Bags, ne.v shapes, In all Bllea and shapes; ian an
and draw cords.    Each   	
35c,   50c   and   rr.
d black leathers with strap handle'
75c to $J-���
silk, ii"
Ladies' Hand   Bags  in pebbles, crocodile, imitation seal and other servcleable leathers;
��������������������������� _   ,,  $1.00 to ���'-'*���
ind leather linings with a variety of styles In handle and shapes,   Each
Ladies' Fancy Beaded Bags, mini,  in me
fin'; beads of harmonizing colors.    Eacb
dium si?,i <inly, with beautiful   patterns  worked
Ladles* Opera Bags, male of fancy design silk. In light colors only.    E
Cach   *2*25 ,0
om   entlrei)   u��
..$2.25 to $8*60
$J.W
W. S. Collister & Co
TME STORE   POR WOMEN'S WEAR
���
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