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wHlT��rSH.L^C0^C7-19Q8
,   . ��� c�� Phone 85
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
_-��� NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   SATURDAY   MOIMM .,.    DECEMBER
190S.
Mil MTftl �� raimn mill VVFIHf flM1..*
io M supmtl   ������"-���a ZmZZm
Club
���   , -;-   lW-th-- w-nd would Llket0 Pott
Constitution .L����lrta^ *fW*ry        IVn,,,   Bi,   Club   Cannot
by Members ;
and All Dif
ferences
;.   ���
,.
gage
���
At
hour
all  club  w.-.s    cilia, i evening dls-
ii of iut- club, a
tared by a
Gr_.nt Permission.
,eenprei
tomniH ipointed for    the
.   orary   pn sidcnt, T.
ni
[s-
the
v.i- hed
���lilt    ofl
��� ��� ������
il en  uas debated a
on    the
,;.    .....   place
Bi ���  vice pre idem
��� ',���' ���'
j.tfiudal ��� ed the chair. Be
low '���'"''
ODg '���   ' -
	
_.    _ rhi    reason   ot   hla
was  to  dra.v
:   ui,iu of the de-
Ion committee at an
���,,. ���'���'"  Players,  who
the placing oi the
m ���   majority of th    an . Kjrbv.
reason for the action   Leamy;   I n   .
I   ���-,.!.
,:   ���������������   ���
co;
of .
i ill)    ventllati
oi hi :   in. hii.. r   "i
..">���.   A.   li.   Bl
, ill- An ler-
:i .-. .�� i .i.V
��� ������.'. and Whi n  the
���   ated  the i:- -������!'-.
ment io tbi
���   I   ol
li cl lon of thi
11 ,iin     ian       .  the
.   .ii
Mr,   Vn*
���
.    ..   ���
' ' i i : I        ��      .
[Uei .   the -	
.-
mmin       was
!        . . ...
tutlon   Approved.
. . - -  .
Ii       pri    ired on
main
I     ,,...,   | I.l. .    w
i lion ( om
Mood;   ��� .
A   ""   ":,;' I.'     IO
M". ii
��� o postponi   th
the .lean, ol a
Bwor w111 '" morning
that the Bxtun  i .      .  ���.,     .,���,
'������ ,:' ��� being one for the Vancoi - i
league committee. They will loubtless
'urn up, :.,,: should ;|,, , no, do B0(
the points will i��� f, , and ,h,.re
will be a substantial Indemnity ap*
.. led for by   the   R , presi n a
tivi  al .ii   m ���        on  M
night    Th.- kick ofl .,-  2 30,
���nil all ,���. on  f0 .
���'   ' tO ..lue
i.Ms,    Saul
Sawyi i
���
wan,    ; in.   -.i - .   dzii n
wn-   ������ .    ed at li If, imi it
I;    er vi
Ctarl   and Wai
Westham    Island       Goal,     Gram
, Cosi . -  ��� i
���'    w ford, Ge
\ - McCallum,
-.  ���     \1    Ha li;
Va ���
i
.:���;!���    '
FRENI.II TARIFF COMMISSION
COMPLETES INVESTIGATIONS
Suffragettes Told to Raise
Livestock Instead of Competing With Men in Cities.
BACHELORS CLASSED
AS GREATEST EVIL
iv jitiri.m. f
'���-    V+^rnc.,1.   '!*���  '*>'���''
FIVE CENTS PEK COPV
WMIfflNTS-lkBlAGEfr
IMlUtiKIM. Willi KINS
Temperance Lecturer Greeted With Hisses When She
Attacks Unmarried Men.
Government   Official   Says  Chicagoans
Should Aid Aliens to Get Work
in Country  Homes.
ROOSEVELT'S NARROW
ESCAPE FROM INJURY
'" i.���"If worn ni would
'V;- '��� '��� ��� a e im.:. ecelve 'no
s:m" "������" - ni as men, the um
!'' n'i""������ Ioi thi.. Ime, tttfey must
flee thi ci . wherei �� ven profession .'.
men regard thi n, and their talents a*
"'' ''"" nd taki up the attractive
vocation    of livestock    farming    and
Chicago, Dec. 4. That Chlcagoang
should .titer into a movement to re*
in. congestion by sending alien immigrants from the city to the country
was urged by T. V. Powderly, chief
of the I'nited States bureau of Immigration, in a noonday address before
the members of the Hamilton club yea-
terday.
Inimigrants looking for work m
Chicago could do well in the country,'' be said. "Chicagoans should help
Mynu,   Mn _.  Dec.   I.���Mrs,  Leonora
Lake, of St, Louis, one of the lead -.
temperance  lecturers of the eotm'ry,
who  spoke at   a big no-liecnse  rally
here last night, nearly created a panic
among   2000 ardent   temperance
formers when -he announced from the
platform that she had changed ber
agriculture," was thi keynote of an j mind about drink being the worst evil
address glv^n yesterdaj at the (."nl- ioi' lhe country, and denounced bache-
.-,.,    Worn   , ���  by  Mrs.  Virbinia'��� lorhood   as   worse,   nnd   bachelors   as jt0 tin<1 PIac*es for ihem away from ;be
Meredith,  o!   Cambridge    City,    Ind,; worse than  "hellions  who   run  drink city.    We   ai'*    responsible   for   them
who  believei  thai    livestock    raising j dl#8." iuatl- th"-'  *���"'*���- able t0 make a llvlns
and scientific agrlcultun   are an out-
el of mental . nei gj
"Womi a find Uvi stock, farming peculiarly attractive," said Mrs. Meredith, "because the open market ls ibe
arbiter   of   values- a    cornel)     ho tjjt is habits  h�� learns   as a bachelor
horn, a tidy southdown, a fine horse        hat  ruin his ns a married man.   TM--
 a  bushel  of when;, or    a   .'on.i.e       ���        drop the rum evil for  ' ban 2000 families
ton of bay. sell on their merits, wi hL v.b'le and di .������;,   theii  at ention to
iiev.e   ii   suggestion   thai     the    [.rice  yn\,: om   i    Ing need    more hu band
. discounted because the;  ;.*������       -if men can onl    b,   made to see
grown on a farn and managed    .,.     after i ids on nn early PROTEST.
.,  woman���a discount    relen tarriagi . od home ani
A Bton] ol hisses words. I to' themselves.   We must remove the
"l, .- v aehelor who today is thejWle Mom the cities. While they re*
ureal et of Mil rica." she Bflld. I :;: -' '" the cofcgested parts of the
*.. thi ie'Vor who foster* the rum country they furnish a menace to in-
evil and who spends his time in dive-,  dustrial conditions."
Powderlj  <:��� cla ed   that   sim...   the
I gratlon   bu ������ nu  was    established
lli\'e
.,-nt from    i   em cities to coun-
'i.WIl- '1*1.
Fire Hose Cart Comes Within Hair's Breadth of Crashing Into His Carriage.
Washington, Doc. I.���President
Roosevelt had a narrow escape froto
serious injury while driving Wednesday afternoon. The prompt action of
Ueut. .1 B. Lyons, of the Washington
tire departm.-nt, who was driving a
l.oiv.. lir.- hose cart, prevented a bad
accident. The tire horses were
travelling at great speed In response
to an alarm wh.n the driver, realizing
thai b<- would dash into the president's
carriage but I'm some desperate action, jerked the animals back and
threw them on their haunches.
Th.ir hoofs, it is said, almost struck
the vehicle in front of thorn, as they
tell. The hose wagon was slightly
damaged.
SNOW DEMORALIZES
TELEGRAPH SERVICE
....      women coi  pete In
. or  els
;ood   ��Ifi   i f.    n ill    e  easy,   ib -n
;*),.'.   will be no i        *      is to
It self.
CIVIL SERVAN1S OBJECT
TO
L TAX
PARLIAMENT Will
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13
P,    - on     Filed     Against     Return     o'
Barnard for Victoria.
. ,   ���       Dec        a formal pe I I m
ii.  il. Barnard,
I Con -       ive, was B
hal . Gregory,        i
���  -i   \ nil ...     ��� iipleman.   A
���      ..,    ,- ial kind a.
i      da      ,ii . ,   , i
���
Metlt  Falls   in   East    and  Wires    B2
tween    Chicago   and    Pittsburg
Put Oui. of Ccmtnissio...
��� i .   con
���   ,'.:... tits
.1    '..11
��� ���. and   il
hai  the
. ��� . omplete ���
��� .-:   1 he 1      ;��� ction,
��� executive
��� in    given
owe. er,   " .
. ��� ,.--:i-���    ol    1   >���
Finances.
���   0    tiii.iiu-. -   tt ii    al-o
.....
-Inml I    1
���   urn   d- and ��   - .1  -
 II.     i    ��� \
i   o foi iii li .- mall com*
ll     W I ll   Ule    ma I ll.       \
li.1 v.     i.e. n   In   |ic, M_,t
ng tho    ti am    to Its
. n ��� ���    ��� - imula
ion 1 ..1      .1 .    ���
!,., ���  six month - in    in-
- aci call)     com
...
:,     led  to I      i   ���
,,���,.-.. n
,1. o atrei ' ; <
.
ons from oth
-,-  -��� nd  in   view,   tl     !
ii   . ,,, coi ling to ihi    irojeci
,    .   ne ...i-. d '-.')  .in   i- ���  age of
In mum 1 at.      in
, 111   ��� ni  ;i the 1- ime   is
���;. :i   :   . n  mosi   .11   .  ���
i��� vvhb h the United Statea is i'i'""   -
,i     eather,  rubber,    mi
nn -. machini ry, etc .
NO-LICENSE  VOTE
IN   NEW   ZEALAND
w . 1 li 11 -i.ni.    **
1 -.
' ��� ( 1 ii mi .     utu     no    lai ge
.   n im,. 1   from    the
.1 nts    .hi 1    publli     :"
11   II ���   '..-. I   :i' lull,  as V, 18
\   li. Miii-oii.  Fran
tronglj Biipporti .1 hi
oliee.
Intermediate   Team.
ntroduced   thi   tn ut. 1    of
..1   forming  an   Inter-
���.' n. and    S   ll.  Davii -.    In
nn; hi be po Bible not*
1 n im  ���   number of playei
should    Miiiii.hi.w    drop
ii'    second   division    of    the
i:  nn 1  league, as was    11
' tnlgkt be arranged to   t*k*-
'I'be    eiuii    Btrongly
Idi ,1. us forming an lm*
'raining    ground     fOT      the
���uul doubtless a team will be
ortly.
Miscellaneous.
in \i meel lng the places   of
"u the executive who have not
" '' 'I will be filled, and an aceount j
*������ membership tickets sold is to   be
'''n,1T'.i i.\ thosewhotook sum.'. Over
1 s|"Wlil have   been   received  ill  tWS
'"''l"""��� to the dub's exchequer, bul
ible amount   has    not    l><" n
?&ld i!l    A number of matters, Includ*
nK 'if-lions of training  were l< fl   W
'h"   ''eeiillve
Dec,   I.    I"    I''
1 tb.. jiiohiiiinoii vote show that uo-
\-.iil.-* iii    twelve    districts.
Reduction   was  carried   in  eight,  aud
��� h:,,. there was a bare    ma-
,   . ,,,. oi no UcenBe,   'lb   vo'e
HiiMiiii.iiuv of licenses i-    a
wh'le    the no-
Incn asing ni   .1  much
The    aggreg ie    vote
.   n    loll..
J...-1I.
foi   the  .
idllj decllnln    ���
He 11 .. vote
ral
nni-,
,,,���, .),ou:  the Dominion snows .1 n..i0
ag no-Hcense.    With a
1 iii,   presenl    local
Mm    totail
,���.   i.iiiiod     w 1 bin
iis uni. �� the    present
1 ;,i li   l��
, .  orlty   ii'���"l
n. ilonal   " 'end 0
.    ,\,,. probabilities an
���,.,,.Hi.ll-m    woi
1. i\   o nlni
,i eiiin-uin'-'     I
,,������i,���-i..i me altered tor ihi   better
S    John, N.M . 1'. ,_���. i    A
0    Civil 1 . .       old  Ihe   city
1 ry board bad definitel
.,   led  to        eai      ���     id   nent   glv-
���   .   Lax .
ervanl ���    ���        1 o\ ernm< ut    em
.  i Canada will con
to Hi,   .-,      Ml"
to the pri. j  council.
I hi   city dei        1 their  reques
. v . ,r, ions tor
two years' taxes on Incomes hen . - ii
will give ri per ci nl   inten st If a re*
Mud i   in.nl" n ��� ���    ��� '?  by th sull
of ih.  app< al,
u 1 ...
ii   ���
.
i.i. nt,
Iin, on-    Di M    ha     be
. 1 ii in.
��� ���
flnltelj  dei   li I to proti 1  oiec-
i! ol Mackenzi   King.
Wed
in, MM
The  I        da
��� r   tOl
the IJ 01 '.n il
ig  wi
low ' ���_ da.\.
Chii ago,   Dec.   I.    \'. nl it on
slaught   ou  the wire  service In    tn ���
east   was   nude   today,   when   a
accompanh d In   ome plac ..  ...
., wind,    demorallz* d    '.     - raph
.. twei ii   Mi. cago and     I it
Min. men  wen   ord red out aU
. thi   line to malt.      pairs as fast
:��� - , ossi ile.
in  other  directions    from    Ch
, :. u - were 1 epor ed normal.
HIBEEKT  TUPPER
NOT TO  BE  LEADER
a ���
TORY CORRUPTION.
Manitoba   Liberals  Will  Protest  Every
Seat in the  Province.
Winnipeg,   Dec.     1.   -Thi     Liberals
Mr- morning protested Alex. Haggart's
, lection as mi mbi 1 tor Winnipeg, and
ire preparing  10 protest everj    Con
s. rvative si ai in the provlni 1
The ovldi nee Is ample to unseat and
disqualify  Haggart, corruption having
In en "i" n and    >;';   - *nl
week prei eding ��� lection.
during   the
GUIET   AGAIN.
Indications Are That Peace Wii'
Be Restored in Ha) I
1 n 1   nil   l'i  i    ��� .   1'  ��� .
I  autel        .      i'..
; ..���      ai      ��������� ���    - ���
and    he  ind cai on
condii ion., will stu
Soon
.
���   -i .
���i. cl  thai Sir Hi    -      '��� UPP��*'
mada in conni
ni  the Conserve
I* , ....  denii I,    He
.    ��� ij   I..  England   to  visit    bis
. .    ,. abb    alarms    the
FLEE   IN   NIGHT  CLOTHES
FROM   BURNING  SCHOOL
Celveland, Ohii
.now-torm  which
I.   N   i'n
I,   !>���
1
111  (Ilie,
A   tui .ous
M-     today
ci n-
11.      ,.    '1   .    .
d the Mi!-. 'I pr< V'1 ' "   '   :" Br0Und  ; " '        '    "
the depth of several inchi   . The
, s verj   li.,.',    and wet, an     i?
causing serious  delay   to   telegi
Ice ai ���    ome delay  to train    3 1
CONSTITUTION  AGAIN
PROMISED  CHINESE;'
P
1      Vn    ;..   ���
i d_. .-   the     'M'Oii
SIXTY FIVE FAMILIES
H0MELES3  CY   FIRE 1
Centralis, Pn-. Dec. l.-Bixty-flw
families are homeless In ibis citj aa
the n mil of a lire which during Uw
nighl wiped "�� ,,'",,��� BQ��ares
property In the i"i"'; "*'
utarted In a muring picture
moog     Mm     frauj.
in     D
1   .,..   eid
to . ont'nue the | ol'cy Inaugu a ��� ,\
ror  Kuang  Hsu  and    especially
. ogi >ui  which provi ies for
granting of     constitution to the empire ai Mn   end of ni 11 ���   years
ngfl, i 1,  Mo., l). c.   I.   Two hun
, n ^    ,,,,,     ,,   the Sin .li'-M. Id busi
, ,. iiiege Hi d ui    1 ill n -bi clotheg
. .1   ���. toda ��� when the dormitorj caug it
on nn ous combustion   in
th il bin,
[ward Boydsl on, a oni   legged stu-
jdi n . dragged his trunk from the build-
(iii thi n w-' in    back after   bis
e: uieiie-i.     No one wn-  hurt.
[���HREE   HUNDRED   NATIVES
KILLED BY  THE  FRENCH
..f
town.    It
show nn-.l
ln   which  ih*
ipldlj
spi, nil
hou-es.
K 1,   10.n|i,.ne ;   1 oni
Moanl   Ki   mil   responded,  but
of water lefl    :<���    own ;"   ''"'
Kami    "n  a   '""'���
in ,.  ia  ;i;.���.ii   $100,0W.
Paris,   Dec.
,   New;
reached     h'
Enclisli  Aiir-rcl-ilst to Be Deported,
s*. Louis, Di c.  I.   .ludgi   David    P
Dj  1.   in  thc  federal    district    court,
istalni I to Mv   .11 order of 8. cn tary
wn- office todaj  of a  battle betwi  n  ,.   , -,,;.M11 ,,... and   Laboi     Oscar    8.
Vshland and
s 11.*'
mercy
French troops at Mauretanla and the
F ��� nch West African natives. Kour-
iei a French soldiers wen killed ana
a numbei  were wound..I.   The native
STRATHCONA   ADVISES
UNEMPLOYED  TO  COME   HERE
Lon lon   Dei     I,    Spi alMng   In
.;      lasi   night,  Lord  Str tthco is      id
hi   liiimv  believed thai  if a eon-..!.
portion of the money  which
being ii ven, and rightly given, to   aid
the unemployed here were devoti 1 -
enabling ihem to emigrate to Can
and thi* other colonies,  it    would      e
good tor the mother    country,     1 'hi
would  lind homes and  abnndanc,
employment there,   but    they    w<
have to work.   Canada don't want   :-
tni mployabh.    but     If    Bonn
(scheme were carried out he was confident   the   m< n sen;   out wou
only    Boon    find    themselves    corn-
pan   Ivelj Independent, but thi i
would be r. fleeted In thi   1
country.
losses .1 e .
llmati .1 n. threi   hund ed
of 'lu
The
1.
metlli -.
���"in.,.
\
'	
Duke of Westminster III,
ndon, Dec. I.   The Duke ol We��t-
,���1 u, nine, from South Africa
The duke  and  duche 1
ning In    the    Dark
minster is
s'.MonsU    dl
hnv  1 n   jojou
Continent.
������������������������������������������������*
Bombardment Story Denied.
;' ���, |),.,.   i.--Tbi' reports cu1"*
today that Montenegrin
n bom iardlng Sattaro, nn
.molt on the   Vdrlatlc sea, ���
:*ii
0
M titem ������ In    territory,
1 lil ��� morning have '."en
��� wm- nffii.' to    e ah*
.  1 mtidatli ���
PREDICTS FLOUR ADVANCE.
Bellingham, Dec. *���A prominent flour milling roan of the
northwest in an Interview givn
out here todfty. declares that
In a short time Dour prices win
rise to a point never before
Known on the Pacific coast. He
says the reason for this la "tal
the wheal crop Is short and the
high prices have resulted in the
Oriental market being cut ""���
\iso, he sayi thai Eun>P�� la
,���.,;���, whim and making
own Hour, leaving
hom ��� product* for ih
milis.
���
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only   'he
dome   '!''
Cljims Sackville  Peerage.
I_ondon, Doc.  I.    Ernesi Henri Ji a 1
1.     i ... S K kvllb -West, clalmanl    to
thi  Sackville p< erage nnd the
a .; i. .1  todaj   lo  ih.
1    cling  thai   Samuel  Bach- ;
"limn be deported to hi* old home iu|wOMAN RESCUES MAN
England ...  having  pi ached anarchy FROM A GIANT WAVE
,���,   :i,    in,.   ol Belleville, 111    Judge 	
D .     held  thai  Secretary  Straus 'iin**      v.w   York,   Dec.   I.���David   Bei
sole jurisdiction. .,    Dundee,  Scotland, a  passengei    ��n
  Mn  steamer California, which arri.
Arctic Owl Bagged.
NO HOPE FOR THE applied  i.nla\   lo  the  chancery   coml   n.r>     n,   wa|  hunting.
REDUCTION OF  NAVIB8L    M.lv,. fl  ,.,.,.,.,v(,,   and manager   ap    row|ng ai0ng the sound, -aw the bird
 ���*���" pointed to the estates pending the il'    sitting on a snag cloai   to the ground.
London, i><'e. 1 There is soanthope cj8jon 0| tjje probate coun as to '.'����� u ^.id nol 11.* and was easily bagged.
,,,.,, ihi members of the International legitimacy of the claim of thi plain- 1; Uil. ., beautiful specimen, and is the
,,..vx conference convened here today,Ljfl Ttl(. ,.,,���,., refU8ed th applies-1seCOnd ^1(,,ir OW| \K\}\,.,\ \n this
will onme to an agreement in the   at-  iUm inealttv in twelve years.
tempi   to  leguliate" Die   treatment     of	
neutral shipping In i*m��. of war. Coquitlam Dam Plans- Getting   Ready  for  War.
The pn sent conference is a con-, vi.ct.orin, Dec. 4.���Mefisrs. Sperling Belgrade, Dec. 4^���War Is being pre*
titniaiiou of that held at Tho league. an(1   8Chuyjer>  representing the  BrK���] pare<| t<���. in Bosnia.   The ctmhtry i��
todaj from tila.-*_ow, was reel
ue,,,,,.,. Dec   1    .1   B,  Fielding nas   |ng in .    UUonary chair on tb.  m e
led an Arctic owl on the NlsqUally  ,,,   ,    .^,ll.n  :i   wave  ,,i(.i.,Hi him  *p.
\.   -li
Th. Unlt.d Stans, Kngland, Franc-;.
Japan, Gfermany, Austila, Italy, Spain.
Uiis-l;i and Holland ar��. represented.
Manufacturers' Luncheon.
Over     thirty     manufacturers
businesi
an.l
The ministry gave no definite answer 4
ion  them,   promising  to  consider    the ^     CHANNEL  FROZEN  OVER.
( proposition and give an early    reply,
men of this city will sit downjTt)f, objection* will he considered also.
it the Russell
to an Informal luncheon a
hotel at   1:30  o'clock   this  afternoon,
when tho advisability of    forming   a
local  branch of th-  Canadian  MattU-
acturers' association will bo dt8cus��ed
Klondyke Caribou Scarce.
Dawson, D"c. 4.���Returning huntert
repon   thai     caribou    are    unusuallj
scare Mils year in  the section easl "''
James K. Walsh nnd ft. W. Breadner, jpawaon| and thos��� w]l(1 h.1V(> be6��� Up
ntaiM*. a of the Manufac
two  represei
nrers' association who are now visiting the coast, will io prfPent ,by ln-
i*M'itinn of John lTendry,
ish  Columbia   Electric   Railway   <'0111", i,( lng flooded with military,
pan. , havo submitted plan, of Mae 0b-1  ,	
uultlam dam  with    the    government | f m, 4) ��� * ��� ��� *} *) *) a> f* �� *) *) *) #
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Douglas, Alaska, Dec. 4.���For
tin- lirst time In many years
('.itst ineau channel, between
Douglas and Juneau, Is frozen
o\,r. Navigation by small craft
is at a standstill as a result.
Oldtlmers and Indians take it
ns evidence that an unusually
, ol 1 wlhtsr is due.
the Llondyke report seeing none this ��
season, Caribou have been running 4
mostly Miis year across the White; +
rlvev, a uhon distance tron ";,;!l \4 * < **������������������������������������
be watei was receding with hirr
., as seized bV Mrs. William Angu?...
ol Haywards, Cal., who held him un**
Mi Mr, bailors came to the rescue.
Mr. Bearne's Bhoulder was dislocated
and   he si iff. red  many  bruises.
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Seattle Centre for Convention.
Seattle, Dec. 4.���Fifty-nine conven-
Mons, ranging in size and Importance,
of 11 reunion of slate university gradual, it to ua tlonal gatherings of the
American Institute of Ranking, tho
National BdltoHal association. Epworth league and similar organizations, win be held In Seattle during
the summer of 1009.
Reports on the expected attendance of delegates ami members of tbe
various organizations show fully 8C,-
000 persons will be brought to Seattlo
next year by these conventions alone.
Tie y will begin arriving for national
Or northwestern meetings in June
and throughout the time the Alaska-
fukon-Paclflc exposition is optn, th---
influx of convention attendant* -n-n 1
hi  steady.
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MANY INDIANS DIE     |
FROM TUBERCULOSIS
Growth of Native Population
Slow Because of Ravages
of White Plague.
Ottawa, Dec. 4.���According to a re-1
port of Superintendent Perley, of the j
Indian department, Mk. total Indian
population of Canada on March .Jl
was 110,205, a decrease of IHI
from the record of 1907. There was
in excess of fortj* deaths over blrtV.s
during the year. The heavy mortality!
Is due to tuberculosis. Mr. Perley says j
until means can be found of success-:
fully checking thi.s .scourge the num-
erica! growth of the native population:
must necessarily be slow. He declares,
however, that the Indians are showing
a -spirit, of independence and self-reliance which enables them to hold
their own under comparatively diffi-
cull conditions, and cites evidence 'n
upport of this statement.
"Tha Mapti Lmaf Foretef"
We have taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it ia Canadian, fi
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PELRF.ECTION
COWA
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(Maple Leaf
Label)
IS MADE Ilf CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AND DEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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I   MARKET   J
���   REPORT
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There   was   more   busine'ss  done  at
the markel yesterday Mian has usually]
been   the   ca.se  recently,   then.'   being!
a very good auction sale, wiih a large
number  of    buyers     in     attendance.;
Horses sold Eairly well and the number of cows disposed of found better
prices.   The frost had materially bene-1
fitted   the  road.*, and  all  could reach
the   market  better,   there In    conse-1
quence being mosi  of the prominent;
farmers oi" the valley in    attendance.!
Prices  were practically  tbe  same  as
last week.
The   meal   supply   was   almost   en*
tlrelj   local;  the offering of pork  was
plentiful, medium Qualities selling well.
The demand was limited    for   large
selling hogs.    Primi     beef   found    a
��� ely   sale,  but  some  of a   very  poor
class was hard to dispose    of.    The
���  '.ii.- of veal   brought    in    w.ere
irt, with good d, raand for medium
Lamb and   mutton  were
1    V.i mm., k���y
ion  li tli ut, fresh herring  in I c   I,
Of eggs  then   -.'a a   fair offering,
high price ol   50 <   nts  s.! ol is tl -
maining,  bul ���*  much  in demand so lony Igh price con-
* ui d.   They  ������ bl;   fall at an
.date              ��� . i,   .... quality j
1   '      anti        :������ -.      rs are
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lutl ���    w i>   , ffer d   equal   to j
i 40 cents    Tl ��� i
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-      ihii v   il _. rown  blr 1-1
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Al   ;������-  were nol   ���; ill     is  p ��� ntlful,
man I on .     slightly    im-
��� ���:     Of  .-__-,'     the ���   was    a
I        -1        '���        irlj   of  turnips,
irsn       and    potal u --.    but
the last nai iei    ��� ������ supplj is limit-
':     Cul   ::���  .       inclu led  earn I
d ��� nrysanthemum
SHY SOUBRETTE GETS
SHOWER OF GARDEN TRUCi*'. j|
FOR MEN
All America assurance is shoe insurance.
All America shoes are as good inside as
out.
It is my aim to give All America wearers
not only leather and styles such as are used
in shoes costing twice as much, but the
benefit of every desirable improvement for
the making of a more satisfactory shoe.
That is why I say -"All America assurance
is shoe insurance."
If you are skeptical, ask any of my All
America customers to tell you why All
America '"'stay up" box toes never break,
why All America patented "Tredstrate"
lasts are the best. Ask him about the All
America reinforced shanks and our "bend"
sole leather.
All America features are numerous; that
is what makes All America Shoes popular.
Sold only by
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aimed m'sslli B,
HEATING STOVES
If you want a heater for soft or hard coal or wood we have tlie-m.
Oxford Florence, Oxford Oaks, hamiwine in appearance and all wi-h
heavy nlekle trimmings.   AI:;o large rang*? of airtight heaters.
Oo not forget to call In and Inspect our Oxford and Lorai��
Ranges, the ranges that give ."al genuine satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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Easter brook Milling Company,
Elmrnt,   Vi. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 yer bri.
Hungarian Jev/e!   . . $6.50   "      "
Terminiii $5.50   *     "
McQuarrie &Co._
FRONT  STREET New  Westminste
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NEW YORK  FACES A  BIG
EXPENDITURE TO GET WA"
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for    New
N. -a   Vork, Dec 3.���Unable io find
,. id i-iei. bottom through which    m
,,    ,,,|,duit  under   the Hudson
north of the city, near Peekskll
X.V.. II   may be necessary
York to erect  a f 10,000,000
bridge in order to   perfect
Catsl .ii water supply B.vstera now un
di ���;��� i onstructlon.   Such a brldg
have m .span of from IL'"'' to 1400 feel
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Cn.  Ada**.,  Grocer
with  ii   maximum height  of  l"f-  feet.,
Although 'f built   it    will   be   used
primarily  to carry the glanl conduit, j
arrangements will ^-" 1|(' made    l<"'.
trafTlc facilities,   a tentative repori on
the proposed structure    has   already
been submitted to the boafd of water
supply.
Ladles' Gold Watchea  from $12.75 up
Oentlemen's   Silver   Watck<u>    open
uspenslon  f.'��''e, *6.00.
tb..    ne ��� ' Oentlemen'H Sliver  Watciwa,  double
1 case, $7.50 >ii>.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
would I Watches, supplied   to    tho    Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.    \ll wirrantBd.
Chains, kings, Jeweirv, ��iC.. eic.
Watch   repairing;    cnarges   reasonable.
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ADVERTIBK
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
To INCREASE You;- BUSINESS.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ion ol
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Un pa M of tb* nou
le*-. ,*i, sufturbam bio,.
ol   New Westmlnstei
ntheroas pr(i*f of ���.;.      ..... ,.. ,.,,,.,
li-ui..  iM  title nun, . ...,,
ii. iii- names *>( Sarah .,.,,���_
Mkiry Msntrosatj Sai ih
Iwen filed In this offli i
Notk�� is hsrebj   ���;. ..  ,   ^j,. i
at  the- expiration  ,
the ili.te of the flrsl ,ereof|
in a daily ne-wapap. i n Ul 'I
City of  Xew   Wei tl ,      .. '
duplleate of the said ��� lIn> f
less In the meantime
ba made to me In ���,. r I
C S  KKITH,
District Regtsti ,..,, ,
Land Registry Office, New v.    -. mlij -
ster, B. C, Oct. 26th. 1808,
tlon
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If you contemplate buying a
5-Acre FRUIT FARM
Be sure you secure one near town
:     ON THE TRAM LINE     :      :
Our subdivision is positively the only one on the
market supplying either or both these conditions,
and when you consider it is an indisputable fact
that more money has been made by purcha '
land near growing centres of population than by
all other schemes combined, vou wiil readily undi
7   * i
stand the wisdom of those who have already invested with us.
It stands to reason that iand so situated is I >< ind
to increase in value much mo1 e rapidly than if
miles away from town or electric tram. The pro-
sent low prices will not hold good much longer.
We are opening all roads in our subdivision, so
that every lot will front on a good road.
The soil is just the right sort for fruit culture
and the clearing so light that the wood and shingle bolts will sell for enough to about pay for it.
The price we are asking per acre for our splendid South Westminster homesites is only $75.00 to
$100.0v, and we have a number of choice blocks
. left to be sold at these ridiculously low figures,
which will s   ��n be raised.
If you do :. t want one of th >m yourself, just
make a present of one to each. < your children (it
would be the very best kind of hie insurance)tand
even if you do not plant the la :d out in fruit, it
will almost certainly add to its present value fully
100 per cent, each yeai* for the next ten years,
making it worth in that time $1,000.00 per acre,
a very reasonable expectation. We can give you
a deed at one;
Dominion Trust Co.,
T. R. PEARSON, Manager
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Also for sale at   HALE   BROS.   &   CO.
PACIPIC   REALTY   CO.
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| Westminster Skatin
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ourfwork satisfies -;���
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New Westminster. Phone 388
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Royal Cafe
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Entirely   New   Management
p gpl MRS.     ARCHER
QUICK   SERVICE
EXCELLENT CUISINE
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Br* ��������� G to   11   ii.  in
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3PEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dom.mon    Trust    Block.      Kn-
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'Hie Edison Theatre
Columbia and   Eighth.
:i :'_. lng   Pictures,
mi     ���.rn' I Mor,
and Friday.
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1 Hoedy Park Store
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W.   H.  SMITH.   Proprietor
SETTLERS
ASSOCIATION
OF B. C.
I Phon      ,
Hv.    in re     fruit     land
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to - ii    .ill clleni
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.ill    .  ��� lti -.   ted,    for
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P. B. BROWN
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AUCTIONEER
Bucjbie Street.
WESTMINSTER.
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EINRY'S
urseries
'   Greenhouses   snd   Seed-
house.,
���0.0   Wt-stminstcr   Road.
VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
'., Murserj South Vancouver,
Iniatlzed Tested Stock.
s>EEDs in,  Mi(. Bprlng   trade
"in -.li.. bpsi growers In   Eng*
!jm, France,   Holland,   United
hi l eastern Canada   i**4
51 ' .i   those wiiich run be sue-
''��� Mfullj grown In B. C,
"ii choice lot of trull trees
'" ! "i.'i" fruits, strictly home
'rown and ouv own propagation
'""m bearing stock.
��� >' ii.lih.-ti: nl    in    all    leading
^..l.ii.w suitable for    planting
" B  Ci   All the besl make of
''''������'���   pumps,
Fertilisers,     Bee     8uppHe*-i
s&raylng Materials, Cul   PloW"
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MADE IN CANADA
Use Only the Best
LLETTS
HILL ROAD TO COAST
REPORTED SOLBTOC&N.
ian Build
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New K. of P. Block
Eighth St. and Agnes
Pirel   .    Music
Hard Maple Floor
General Admission
Skates    .
10c
25c
Dressing iv
Smoking Rooms and
Spectati rs' Gallery
Instructors Provided Inr Patrons
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READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY
For making soap, softening wa.
ter, removing old paint, disinfect-
lng sinks, closets, drains and far
many oihe. purposes. A can
equals 20 lbs. SAL SODA.
Sold EVtrt/Wherf:
Recent Rapid Advance in
G. N. R. Stock Explained
by Transaction.
E. \V. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Torcnto, Ont.
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MAYERS & PRESTON |
���Phone   105.
��� NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. ��ox   34
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH.
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ment, and are showing a eompleti   rangi
CHRISTMAS GCODS
\:i .-ari.. selection will prove profitable io the purchaser.   We bav.
Vei      rtii edi cided on  for that  gift.   Ordei  ���
lo   ���    ct l rom
C. CHAMBERLIN
Ths   Jewe.er
,,   thi   Li ������   ii- - and  Hai iiii m  Wati li   Movi ments.
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Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
AftV'.ip.cl Wate"'?,
Family trade a  specialty.
el.  113 Office   Eight str:ct
NEW     A'EST MINUTER.    B.    C.
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ColdlWeather
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Suggestions...
FURS       MUFFLERS
SCARFS JSHA WLS
Golf Jackets
Warm Blouses
and Skirts
Knitted Underskirts
Knitted and Flannelette
Underwear, &c, &c.
Everything in Prices to
suit a.i pockets
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275 Columbia St.
THE WHITE HOUSE
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Portland, Ore., Dec. 4.���A sensational report Is cn!; ��� nt  in Pacific n< i
wusL railroad and financial circles today   that   Great   Northern's   BtartHnj
advances in the .stocl- market v.������
tht? pasi few days is due to the fa
that Hill has sold the Greai .Nun..
coast line from Sand Point, Idaho,
Pugei sound to the Chicago and Northwestern railroad.
The report reached here through G.
\V. Morrow, general land and town-
site agent for the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul railroad at Seattle, out la
doubted by Hill officials in Portland.
The Great Northern line from Spokane
to Pugei. sound ia considered one of
the most valuable sections of the road,
running as it does through the greal
Washington timber belt and from
S altle north In British Columbia to
Vancouver. According to this rumor
the Northwestern Intends completing
a coast extension aud will build
lioiii  S- attle to Portland
At present the nearest thing   to   a
coast extension that the Northwestern
has is its line terminating at  Casper,
Wyo.    When ihe St. Pan: announced
that ii  would build a Iin*' to the Pa-
| cific COflst  the Northwestern  was gen-
erally credited with having  like am-
bitlons.   .1. .1. Hill's recent announcement that.   Mi.-re   would  be no    more
Pacific     coasl    transcontinental    for
many  years   to   come would    ��� :*m  to
; put   a  quietus  on  any  talk   of  a new
j line, however.
The recent big rise In Great Npr-
I them storks is still unexplained.
Northern has been the strongesl Btock
on the exchange during this week and
... '.rday it made an advance of 2M-
points and today went up :-: points
more closing at 2 3-8 higher than yesterday. This is the highest point it
has touched this year. The buying af
��� stock seems to come chleflj from
powerful inside Interests,
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MILITARY CONFERENCE
IS OF MUCH IMPORTANCE
CUT GLASS?
w,. d   '.    Ish Columbia tor thi famous
ubbey CUT GLASS, made in America,
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SNAPS   THAT   WJLL   PAY   YOU
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Size in shirts. 38 to 46: drawers, 38 to 44.
I Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd j
London, Doc.   1.   Consldei i i]
.-���   is att ni, ,-   o thi   visit i .' E.
Fredi rick  Boi-den, e* ��� eci illj    as
ma ior-general    and     .��� a i    In: pi
g< neral ol the tore* i ol the Austra ��� in
01     ���  ��� ��� eali h   will    ���   pr* sent at
a������,. offici  conference which Sir Pred
ei ick Borden will attend.
A suggestion to be considered Is  to
cany the principle of Interchange ol
officers between   the   mother counti v
Q and the oversea dominions much ta.-
ther than has been the case    In   th-i
past, and a large scheme   of   keeping
the milltarj forces in all parts oi the
[empire  in  more complete  touch  wi. i
.each othei will probably bediscu
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Geo. E. Trorey, Managing Director
SHE   BIG   JtiWELERY   STORE
Vancouver,
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
CLOTHIERS and HABERDASHERS
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
MaiWtmetarm and Dernier* .n All Kind, o_
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle.,   Mouldings,   Sa��h,
Interior Finuh,    lurned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxefc.
Urge Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
.NEWSPAPERS   APPLAUD
AGREEMENT   WITH   JAPAr*
Doors,
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. N��w Westminster
Tokyo,  Die.  i. -Following  ihi   pu
1 anion  iii' the official  text    of    th��
noics   which   were exchanged  >'-*
daj   J-..   :n-   Japanese  an l   Ami n" ��� i
govei ui';. nl*. th.   u .v.. papers -    i     ���
applaud, their contents, but considerr
aiil.. criticism  is ma le,  especiallj   i :���
i tie opposition organs.
The general   ton;   of   commeni   ;*
hlghlj   gratifying,  bui   t le  oppos tl ������.
[organs an   using the .occasion iu at-
ttack  iii.- governmenl  on Mi^ ground
thai  whai le called the .-.inclusion o1
the  nolo gives  .lapan  no advantag'
On the othOr hand, the most responsi-
A]i outside rooms, with hot and coldI ble papers and statesmen  enthuslaa
water, steam heat, ions distance tele- tic&H. applaud the agreement and -v
iihone. 'Hus meets ail trains and boats! thai  ii is a. great diplomatic step.
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Fourth Avenue and  Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   $1   per  day   up.
Room   .ind   board  $2.50  per   day  up.
Room   with   bath  $2.50 per  day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day..
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Fraternal Accounts
Treasurers of fraternal or religious societies are Invited lo consult
with us regarding the safe and profitable disposition of funds in their
custody. We will be pleased to explain the advantages of Savings
Accounts lor funds of this character, and the manner *hi> same may
be conducted apart from th. checking accounts. Interest allowed and
subject  to withdrawal on demand,
Do It Today���Tomorrow May Be Too  Lat*.
New Coney for New York.
N,w   Vork,    [),e. 4.���Plana   ior   a
monster board walk will be presented
I to the board of estimates today   by
; promoters >>i' a    new    Coney    Island
i scheme.     The spcellieiitlons call for a
1 walk 1)600 feel long, nearly two miles.
[ and sixty feet wide.    The cost Is estimated to be aboui $700,000.   lf built,
it will project over the Atlantic ocean
I from 150 to 200 feet.
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Hafid Recognized as Sultan.
Paris, Dec. 4.���It Is announced here
today that Mulai Hafid, the new sultan of Morocco, has definitely accepted th��- Algecrlas act md the attendant conditions lalii down by the pow*
foi the recognition of his Bultanat*.
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SATURDAY,  DEC
5, I
THE DAILY NEWS    )
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Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, coiner of Sixth and Frout
streets, .New Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
UNIQN~(j|^) LABEL>
placed at Dantzig for six submarines,
to be completed as soon as possible.
J. Newsome&Sonsl
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Estimates on All Work Given X
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Dikes Breaking at Pine Bluff.
Pine Bluff, Ark., Dec. 4.���The   Arkansas   river  is still   rising,   and  the
town   is again   threatened.     Business i ggg Sixth Avenue
houses along the banks arc  moving,
and the dikes are breaking.
SATURDAY.  DEC. 5.   1908.
Manager Wanted
Wanted,  by  the  New  Westminster
Co-operative Association, Ltd., a competent manager for a grocery store.
Apply by letter, stating experience
and  salary required, not    later    than
IDEALS   IN  CITIZENSHIP.
The real greatness of a nation cannot be measured by the volume of iis
irade,   the   number   of  its   people, or
by the extent of its territorial posses- j pridav, Dec. 11   190S   to
sions.    That  nation  only is  great in VV. DODD,
which conditions exist that  are    best I      p q  Box ^.^ NewWestminster
calculated to promote the  happiness      Application-   strictly  confidential
and comfort of the individual and the] ______________
home,
The United States leads the world in
the aggregate of material wealth, but
this wealth is not equally divided, j Tenders will be received for the
One-tenth of the population possesses j sup.,ly of Cedar Poles for construction
more than the other nine-tenths. of chilliwack Railway, to noon, Dec.
There are a few thousands of million-1 -t^  j^9Qg_
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Tuesday, Dec. 8
HOLIDAY
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Tenders for Cedar Poles!
aires at the top; there are millions of
paupers at the bottom. For the few
t.herv are magnificent palaces surrounded by vast estates; In the greatest city in the Union there are no less
Specifications can be -secured from
office of Local .Manager, N��w Westminster, and Purchasing Agent's office,
Vancouver.
Lowest or any tender no: necessarily accepted.
W.  H. HAZLITT.
Purchasing Agent.
than 250,000 inside bedrooms into
which the sunlight never enters. There
are idle rich whose chief mental occu-1
nation consists in devising plans for
the killing of time; at the other end
of the chain are a million lads under |
fourteen who arc performing the worl; |
of day laborers.   Finally, mainly as al-. -     __ _.
result of bad housing that is par; ol' | JMOW  IS   lOUr  ChailCe
a condition in which wealth is so unevenly  divided,   a   hundred   thousand
Americans  die annually  from    tuberculosis.
In Canada we have today a founda-
Mon such as the Americans began
building on a century ago. We have
the same extent of territory, the same
abundance in natural resources, the
same general basic stock in population, and the same power of attraction
for the crowded multitudes of the old
world. Let us see to our ideal-- In
nation building. These should not
lind expression merely in total trade
figures, in great cities and in stately
: il_u.es. All these things will be in
vain unless the average man Is com-
fortably housed; unless our cities are
.ki planned as to ensure cieanllnes
and abundance of Bunllght; unless as
many us possible of the convenienc
of the town are placed within reach of
thi farm; unless
poverty on
the   other  are   avoided,    and    unle_s||^|
there is developed a spirit of citizen- UJ
ship under which all recognize to th
full their duty to the communi j  th
live In. ���
Fifth Big Season in the East.
First Western Tour
OF  THE
Great American Play
TEXAS
By J.   Mauldin  Felgl.
Picturesquely stiged and play   |
the original New  York compan...
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c, and $1.00.
Get the Habit
to purchase a flne Dinner Set. Today we are offering a 98-plece
"Mycase" green decorated Dinner
Service for only $S.OO. This i.s an
extra special, and you cannot afford to miss it.
OUR TOYS
are all first class goods, and what
is most necessary, a'.l work perfectly.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"Ae buj toi cash   and sell :Mrthe|
same."
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Wednesday, Dec. 9
Yuletide is the Time
To make   those   around you happy,   What bette
tial present can you give than a l)OX of
more
|    Everwear Hosiery
���ii- comes  most.    Sold  In  |
.Made to wear where th,
Mx pairs to the box.   Guaranteed six months-no holes
Fine Egyptian Cotton, the 'ox ..$2.75
Silk Lisle, the box   $37t.
it is always a bii hard io   .,,,, appropriate gift, ,,, m,mb. .
of your^mily or for a C..C13 of friend     It Is a flne tl ttg to ^ "
which i.s a* acceptable to all
an   irttcl
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      ��� | a  pair o
President Suspenders
In   Holiday   Boxes.   75c   and   $1.00.
Dainty and Original Christmas Gifts
M--...M.
Mollis E. Cooley
PRESENTS
America's Greatest Play
By Augustus Thomas
ArizonAI
Nothing you can give will be more distinctive or more appreciated   than on-  of our cot
Fancy Suspenders, Armlets and Garters
!' ' dentation In      leautlful holiday box, $1.00 and $1.75 the box.
Christmas  Smoking  Jackets
v smoking jacket with a "Merry Christmas" card attached ��� . v.-   ticket  for an  ���
thi    and of happy evenings and Sundays.   There's a certain styl,     ���      . ,...    ,-   ttbou(    our
lac ������ - that makes th-m different;  $5.00. $7.00, $8.00 to $10.00.
Bath  and  Lounging Robes  in  choice styles
For the  Christmas  cjiving  are these not the finest possible  expression   cf  your  most beautiful thou? I
Same Great Company.
Ore  Year Each  Now York, Chicago.
London, Eng.
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Phone 442
Clothing for Mer
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Admission 25c. 50c, 75c and $M00.    | f,
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He   MARINE  INVESTIGATION.      Lvjl
ti ation into   the Depart-j IS*j
oi   ilarine and Fisheries s.iows, JJjSj
criticism  ma h   I y  the ci ��� il  Ww
lommisslon which  caused ���-    |^j
.,   comment,   wa    not    very    far IRS*?
h roi ..    The Iri egul i Itlea are grr* ai i
ian M:  anticipated,   The investiga*
���   la ��� horough ni i complete tn ei ei ..-
The erring civil servant finds | IBHfl
-   justice   :    m   th* , (Af
ag court.   Much evidence ���    Ffj
���    ng ��� ro ighl oui and as    on i VSyt
the   ��� CU
or  suspected   civil   sei  ant sub-  rQ
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This is the time of year when the workingman
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Bhoes that nre made.    \\*., keep only the SOLID LEATHER
KIND   Shoe-
that will hold together no matter how severe the test to which th
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Our prices, too. are the Ioweal of any shoe M
in  British Columbli
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doe                           de      ��� ��fej
promptly with   ho e         ularities. i>P
II  there M  to ,-   i "i:   ire                t vfl
.."ii*.-: it Is for the opposition, which x*!Jj
ivas bo keen in criticism and utterlj SW
failed   to    detect    the    irregularltle. Trt
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which  prevailed  to such an extent.
Calgary Aibertan.
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Beautiful  r.ew goods���Just   when   you   want  them.     You    -tnov*
that  we  only  carry  !-.,ilf  enough   for  the   whole   city,   there''.*, aii fl
can't   share   in   the siving.     The ;ar|y birds will.
J. J. MacKay & Co. j
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Booksellers
Stationers
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���M a bool you'll pay |7.i��n to: In ���i,  ,. ,
I'laci'i). Our price, per pnli$D.50
SUBMARINES AT HOME'
Berlin,   Dec  4.���The    German    ad-l
mlralty, which up to the pi..ent time
has   been   more   ba< kward   th iu   any
othi r  n ival  admlnlstrat.on In    I im i
ill      ��� o! ,-iiini. irlne vessels,   ., - de-j
lunnlnod to go Into    thla branch    of.
Mr.  Working
inan--Oom..  to  us   for  your M:o.        w ^H
""���vve  can supply    you
��� hrli'e..   from,  per piMr    $1.75 to $7.00
wiih the besl  lines po   |
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Finest English
Woijletlj
Scotch and English
Tweeds
Fancy Trousers
Worsteds, Tweeds
?md Cashmeres
10 ' ier cent
RI EDUCTION
on ;>. ,;*. f: :-j.  price
of every SUH"
and TROUSERING
in stock
Cheviots alii'
Sergei
Vicunas and
Venetians >i
Fancy Vesting*      {
Silk afld   $
Wor.sted    $
WILFRED A. RUTLEY      I
Opposite Post Office,   (LATE THOS. C. MORGAN.)  ColumbM Street.    J,
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. ��� d submarine thai ;.- the ri suit
��� ���'���.���<��� ye-irs' experlmenls at Kiel. In
add Hi ii to tli" niiii i f |2 50 1,000 in
ihe ; u-flgei of 1909 for this purpose, l
; ��� nder tood thai 93,570,000 will bfi
askod tor  In   1910.   OrderB have been
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New Westminster, B. C.
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Mi coal '���'    Wh)  tin n
most as  manj  ii; thei ���_*���
���   ���.  or butter.    Let    us
you t
1
collar.
.i I ���-
���nl
he kind thai will pro.
the  perfei tlon  of  ,:"
flre thai  our i
oa
kltehei
(fi ren
Mi  n  tile on
i etter,
11 mn
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd satv
ROAV,
THE   UAl^ Y      1  WS.
iM_nwT";,_gag5r-
. vuti-jiV* .i:r.i
The Cash Stores
T. li. SMITH
^..*.*-+^*^>-"*~-^*:*:*-?*:-t:+:*o��o.0.0
Great Alterationjale!
Stupendous
Reductions
IN THE
WOMEN'S
Ready to Wear Dept.
. one of our -*��� .
. In ���:.    R* ��� i   ; .     i w    find    our
face with a  i  i
m i  remedj  foi thi
i that our
r< lui     t even
1. of De        ��� t redu
It thi (time as there Is i
���    gvbi     de P      -     .
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iCity News'.
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FREE! FREE!!   FREE!!'.
Grand Xmas Gifts     See our window
i.e. i*  .   oi sotrn   ���
cellei
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Till
rn   bulbi   "    ill kind
Bperman   ol Blaine, was
it- Royu   Cit)  MU  ure
:    .lh      Will     "ii.i
.  ,i,l   ��� al   In the
ick. tl     - vening
bulba and
:.- wen     ;i     Davies
i; 20J ** I eedefl  -��islm-  th -ei    padl    !
,    25<   ' ' 'roi    si 'ee
..i unmn, Local 682, will
angi ;.i  2:30 p.m.      The   'eguk     meeting ol   Local 7  I   *t
Ba tender    un on   will be held In th*
% Handsome Eggshell China Tea Set
Elegant Morris Chair
2
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���   -just tal 'li through the difle
,..,   asl   foi  co ipoh
o   thi   lat*   M ���
John  :n   h u womai     on    h    C*
qultli '    -:--,������  -.   wil   tal      da     toda
hom.  to *h< mission ohurch,
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LEE'S Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Opposite  Lome 8t.eet.     Phone 73.
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-
i    pound,    nets
Kyle-s      Front
v. mi    ol
ft'l      .'.'e     ���
'.,  and wi  are
.o M away. B< -
. J12     This
ol late   gar*
��� ut  in
POSITIVELY EVERY ARTICLE IN THL RE-vDY-TO-WEAR DE-
PARTMENT IS REDUCED BUT ZENITH UNDETWEAR AND
D   ��t A. CORSETS.
Women's $12 and $20 Suits Reduced io $5
....    rown,  v,  lv     ei        -     -   idlj    tailored     Pons
ni m Bleeves,   .   l. [olng for   $5.00
j    S3 Cliiidren's boats Reduced to $1.50
h. cheviots, tweed.-, el                       lewesl           , Gei
���    makes.   Regular -��� Iu       ���      *1'50
i k spli li I line of Tweed Walking Skirts at 95c
Women's $10 Coats for $4.95
���,  ��� U      ���       ill -54.95
I        Women's $12.50 Coats ior $7.75
In ���...'���:       i a   ' r and                          ��� '       ,;'    **     *12'50
K ������  ]','"- Ke   *7,75
] Positively all our $20 Coats on sale ior $10 each
��� 75c Flannelette Blouses ior 45c
$1,50 Black Lustre Waists for 45c
500 Silk Waists for $2
250 Lawn and Linen Waists for $1
1    Unheard of prices In Women's Underwear
I $1.25 Flannelette Gowns, In plain
colors and stripes, for 75c each
75 Ladies' Vests and Drawers, slight
Imperfections, for 25c pur garment
Sweeping reduction on all Skirts and Furs
y I'm- and skirt In the store reduced.
Monster sale oi Blankets and Comforters
������  nave over 400 pair of blanket! la ���took    These musl go, we
j have Mi.Tefoi-. reduced  them trom  20  lo 33   I 3  per   cent,    Every
blank* reduced.
....$6.30
I 1.00 I,.a,,;.. :    for   ...   	
$5.75
- Blankets for 	
"' Blanket! for   '
. $2.2.
W I3.00 Comforters for ....  ,  ���
$1.1.0
��� ��� mforters tor 	
. i.r- for	
|o^o*o*o^>ooo*o*o*o*^'*^^--^^^c^0*c^��*;^c^
I     Te li. Smith's
I Great Alteration and Trade Sale
_j_.3-r<_t*.
...   ghti  -   ol  Eng*
I  d home'     1.1    _fc<
oorafei (ft
������    .....       .. .-���
Th ' t   Si
... ...--,. .
Wedni Thursday,
.
Hals tr.mn.ed free Friday and Saturday. Moore & Campbeii.
n  ol   ihe De
Laval ��
son   will ...      .Midge
ng.
Thi     .- African    ca
���.,- . n held
lay evening  ��riea,
alls tea tnem-
��� . -.
EJaglei !.;. li-..   ������ clocl   tomorro*.
afternoon.
lew  handle "B. C." ami "Old ;
s,-        ,cigar*     The    old   reliable
brands ���"���
The-,  win in ii [>ractic( o   the junior
.... half ]>ast |
on*  ��� ���  .ck    this af i 'noon    A    full ���
turn.'.: . xpec ....
Big cut in Prices;   Ladies Hat6 half
price.    Moore & Campbell.
m, nee W       '
Sa.. ir  the I
sin< ��� -       ��� i ���* day i
: -. . ���:    '���
Y. ���   I  ������
leaned an
blocked
PRIME RIBS BEEF
Mutton   Veal   Pork
oest Farmers
PORK
SAUSAGES
Bologna, HeadCheese
Pacific Meat Market:
P'h<mt* \*?J;
MrMmWi ft ANDERSON
Columbia St.
Bank of Montreal
ox  "f  "B,
Will   li.ni..
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Knock  the cover off a
, Igars an 1 try om
it "hit
1 1    com ill!
ling   hi
���    |      I., utdooi   llfi   i.   ha\
Ing ,.   .-��      hi n i.i'.il   '���(,,', i   on
hi alth.
In   the lie bowll
��� i'..     ���   terday ei ning,  v. estminster
.    .     core of 21B1      '.''������    ,.
bow lei s wen    *.rn ild   \\ H   ihton,
I ���        ial       i
e
ion, tl
	
'���a      ���      US   *    . '       '   ���    ���
1 au
...
and
ai
T ii ;,, .        ,���'.. .i_j,l-
Fan       i.i     "*���'. Mrs. A.  W
1 .
ling, v ,.���    ..
-.-.n-, the i ���
md will be strictly p.'
Rei     \  >    . S, Hen.M
will . " .
1 if  the   Yi
I', . ...            .:
, hu . ���'��    >'-' ���
[> on "Four G
In ���   m   .;  s  i
l--_.-EF.Vc
to   ---i I'd    ���
; llieel.l..
I   tl
.       ..
, lean d
hou. <���
luvli   l
the annual
m. union "', iiiuiii
.���:.-   ,i 'i ;:vi -   6 and
7, 'i hi   mi .. oi nd, i    one, and
I       i h, ' Cil li     -'.    il
ted,
I ii i ��� rday morn n
N'i ..   thai   ������.   . ������: ��� ������ oo    ol lxi8 Aii-
gtelea,   wl he I   to ���' d   In  touch
-,\ ith hei  bro hei. a N'orwelglan nam.-1
Nil ol.;   Ped    on   bad  the desln .1 i
',,���: i.   i    vi     P  i ison called at    the
cit)   hall   .>>       'i iy,   and  wa    placed
lu touch with li    anxious relative.
M;^;  Cun in,   aead nurBe    .t!
the Royial Columbian hoapltal, Ls  re
llnqulshlng hi i  iiosltlon to take up a
commercial   position    In    Vancouver.
Me    Cunnln     im po   ���  Be   exception
nl   qualification,   for her   profession,
ESTABLISHED IXJ1..
 914,400,000.00
       $11,000,000.00
���* tnchea : iut i_.h__ik.ih and Netrfouudland. and   in   London.   England,
.Me*        .    . Incase **nd Sposane, D.8.A., and Mexico City.     A Oen*
��� ,<.   ��� t   e.u��ii.es6 Trane��cf>d.
ettert .ai Credit is,_,ned, available Witl   i-on-eepondents in all parts of the
....
Savings Bant.   Departmeht,     DepoeltR  received in eutnp of $1 ai.<-. upwards,
���-' allowed at 3 per cer-   per annum  (present rate)  added
foi       ���   ���-���-   i  year.
Vf.tai   Assets ovei   tt is.000.00ft.00.
\\v.   WESTMINSTER BRANCH Q   [)   n.HYMN'RH    Van**ir"
������������������������������������-����������������������������������������������������������%��������������������������� ���������������������^
��� Onts of Our Mottos:
i i   unk
and   '��� '-   , to
.!   '"i |
eing   Hi        ��� ..*-.
|\Y. B. M ���
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i, . Revs.   S
.   , ... am
.
here wen
a large number ot flower?
ih,. Modi rn Wi odm n   ���*;   Vmerh a j
Prompt Delivery
-.Ve Bpeclallte this ran ���
rasinesa and can s*uaran>-
	
Canned
\\.  ha \*.
Gocds
Ol   th.
Tar.  -   i
.. - ��� -. ��� sure
to tr; efore bu; ng
- ,-**.
Public Supply Stores 8Edj4JJfW8
Phons   92.
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Nev\
West minstei,  B.  C
������������������ ��t����*��i*��ei.��<�� �����������������**���
will organlzi a ��� an p in th -��� i tj on
Thursda.i evening, with a .iiavi.-v
ne���int..���! iii;. "i abi nt I tj ?i ��� twentj
ol whom  aiti  trauBfi i      from    ���
,,,,,,,      Distrlcl   Deput;   Head Con?ul ������	
..I Brittoh Columbia IV B. a��fgaa, i<��.l'o*K)*K)*K)*K)*0*KX_^0*K;4C��K:��K)*K)   0��0*>0*0*K>*K5��<X_>*��04O*O4n*0*0
!���*. \v. Phillip . who ha - be< n activi ll 'V
i   oi i.it. i  ;u  the  formation of    tin
Westminster camp, .\ili both be In al
tendance al the Brsl meeting and Will
conduct  the initial ion eeremontesi in*.
T, It Green has been appointed tii"1'
oal examiner
i
Han    Vogh ang Poulti     Pood
"~ lonly preparation on the markel
�� containing  protein   therefore i]
���: ��� .,'���-,���.   T Mo. none other,   A b '-
a ' the genuine al youi grocer's,
i  theii  ottlci      0
ii  i.. in I nv *
is
12 - bhded Safety
Razor   -   $1*00
Gillette Safety
Razor   -   $5.00
U O.  L,   1160 . lei ted
���  ..||i||.- Ili.'.v    Wl
at  tbi   iu tl   ���.. ��� ting     W    M., R. U
. . ion,  ���        cted    MM    Nell   I
Donal ;.    11' iplaln     ' ��� ��������� li    I
.ii   Math
, :ii    ...     ���       I a m i       I ���
v    Henderson; din etoi
ihn  ���        ��� "
Elijah Bar md    I      ���
i        i
, i  Benm tl. second comml	
Joseph i   rfmlth   third   om "
in,in    Hood;    fourth    cottini   '    '    ''
John VIosdale; Bfth i ommltn  ti   n
M. i���ii. ii.. in ittl ��� tyler, John Camp ell
The annual  i nt. id
,.,i I,        ,,r    the    Sc-hoal
vol   i  c ii ���   ���������i.i al  '.'.:,i' -i-1 ��� ''-    ' '
nioiiiv i;,v i.ii'iee yesterdaj afternoo ii
whi ii an enooiltragl-ig report   of   'l|
i.iMim* s tnahBacled durlhg the
.. ar was presented, 'lv* figures
et*f,
Insure  Your  I
earn
Perhaps you h..v�� not gst a team of T��ddy Bf-irs, but you may
have -. team of valuabls horses or a stylish single driver thait you
would not Ike to loss. I can insure them against doath from any
cause whatever, including flre, accident or dlseasa of any -Mr.! If
you are interested ii.tft.lrt for rates, and I will be plearrd to give
you full informaMo 1 whether you  Insure or not.
 I	
SEE OUR SHOW
WINDOW
DRUG   STORE
MEW   WESTMINSTER.
show
ing Hint in I'-pite of ttdverta, eondltion i J
the business had not suftered, the re
nelpts be'hg bul a trifle   below   la8M(
\,-,i\'-.   Mnniv.. v H, Mehnalaonnnoini'   d
thiii the,,, wa, a iWge   amounl   on
ek on hand tenough to keep the tull ���
staff ii'i'.-iv for iit leasl  throe months |
'rhe   ro I    i      .Tieei-..   v.. .      '
T,  .tnrdlne,  nre*! I .,       H,    BchM
vlce-preaideni  "iid  mati ri   '���   ���*���
COlmSOn,    secretary;    '���',.    M    ,'1' '' '''���   "'
RyialJ and Mr. tohlte (Victoria), diroc-
HEADOUARTFRS tor SPECTACLES tors.
ALFRED W. WIcLEOD
Economy Insurance Brok r
j ARMSTRONG BLOi
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ET   YOMlt
Christmas C��ttains
dom : mp  \ r ���nu--
Roycl City Laundiy
Royal Avenue and Blacklo Streot.
Telephone 54.
P.  O.  Box C65
Wins
Cil,
LADIES'  AND  GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits m_ido to Ordor,
Columbia   .-ml   Mclnness   Streets,
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BUY
Direct from thc Prairie Provinces, as supplied by
The REICHENBACH CO., Ltd.
Pure Food Purveyors
! The Best Meat at the Lowest possible prices.   Butchered,
dressed and  shipped   under Government Inspection and
Under  the  Latest  and  Cleanest Condition;;.    Sold by
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Columbia St., New Westminster
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Storms Rage Along Demonstration Indicates
Newfoundland   I     Preparations For Blockade k I-
Coast
Si    Ji   a    Slid.,   ID. ���    I.-  S' ������ n
.. mui* have    i ��� rishi :   in   a   storm
Vii< h   has  lashed   th    New foundland
last fo t ho n -     In    all,
������ u hshin.   .     el    have gone a hon
iking into tra jn
��� ���ii the roc       The vici ms of the gale
������ - ..'  the crews of thr-**
men  were
..
��� ..   -toi
Willemstad,   Di c.   i.- Tl     Dutch
wn-. hips,   the     .a th ship  .1 b   Van
v     iskeetk,   with   thi   cruisers
. .ml and i leldi ��� and hav.- made a demons!   il on again I   Veneziu la.
Toge ��� .      ���- in- .1    yesterd ij
��� hi  coa - : "i.i Pu rto C    ello to
La (riia.i rn at i-  Usi ance of ?, j . ards
shore
Jaco . Van Vemskeetk  returne l
;s citj  this morning
Th.. two crui
'...li   make  s i.iilni'
demons i ration -.
The dem  i on o    yesti   laj    i
��� i -lard' I  a    Indh ni in_,     hai   |i i
; ions  for .in  effi ctlvi   block ide of the
Venezuelan coa i  are conten pin ��� I
it  m .-.-;..i- ti d    hai  the .Sethei Ian I
a;Mi'-hi|i ii.iMi ||i     lefl   Holland yes-
-  Vila -.  for this port.
Ml
'���I    V   ��� "���      . : ..n :   :.-:. :, ?
���.   ��� ���, oi   T :.���- lay even-
/   id.       _
��� i-'l :,..        ii, ��� .
i  for ���  ������������    thi
���   ���
TEXAS.
_   ���
-  .    . i
en. "Tej
���     . v
la . i d Fi -.
ach        od
. ii- on Mi xli o. The
-    .   .1 ..ii [acts, and I he ��� har*
- taki u i"i:i life,   Tin- |iloi con
. ��� in- th<   ��� (Coi' - ..' one Pasquale   to
brand tbi  ic ro, Jack Dallall, u< g oat-
tli   Mii.i.    The   treacherous   Mexican
tiu.UM  meets hi- just   deserts    in   a
. Dec. 9, the artists have painted a Sei ..���- of -.-��� in - which i h.'.-. own
ll   .  in.in n .in..   and  man i
as   ll   ��� xista   In the   Ara-
i ..ul. y, in thi plctini sque soutli-
...     I li>    ��� I tiled abode
��� ian     ���    .inMi. the heavllv
. . . mhrasured  living room -
colonel's .in irters al Foil M, ani.
iroduci .I    r.iithi'niM     a
...n ; ' oloi   bj  ��� in., cli rer in 'is, i
��� i.i   ���     eclallj     io   \; Izona    to
ieii   . oloi    keti hi       For    ihe
���n       nlfo -ii    ,i   i   .-, ittplngs,
o thank  Fn d : ck
���i- on,    thi     Incomp uable  black
and   -., ii ii   di lineal '   fai   we dei n
ind  people,
STEAMED SOU CITJ IS
WRECKED OFF CAPE MCE
Vessel  Can ied a Crew of Twenty e.gltt
But   no   Passengers���Wreckage
Floats   Ashore.
North   Vdii. .-..  ' '.ti    lie; \   reporl   li is   i' :n hed   here  tl
amounl    of    .���. n ckage,    lm   idlns    a
iteann r's cabin    and    fui niiun and
slxt)  llfe-pre��ei n-i     learli      -. name
Soo City, hn     ������ n  found  n m Cape
K'ic...
Chums -
ii, 0, Annual
li. 0. Annual
Canadian Facitir
RAILWAY COMPANY
inij.'iial Limited    leavi       i
J:20 a.m
Atlantic' Express  leavea    dailj
3 20 ;i.m.
Whether you travel foi
���; ���.'. ays lm ��� i
the C   P. R. a     ou an        rtaln
������  .'     ifei . omfoi -.
I li   . ued 1    .nni from .ill point-
West.nin.iler
Transfer Co.
ufflce  Phone 18s.     B
Columbia Street
Baggage   dellvi re
any part of the
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���1 RAM  DEP"
at Morey's
For further particulars and n-serva-
Mons apply
Kb.  QOULBT,
Agent, New Weatminater,
nr io C.   II.   Fl i- 1 : '
Asm.  Menl   Pass    vkM   Vuicnin-i.r.
Lo\vcr Fraser River
Freight and Pa^ss-
Head qua rl ers ccn<f:. ^rv'ce ?er
OO.     ravorite
i*.o bix 47i      r�� i"
Estimates   Sul i    ��� '
..Westminste..
8 ron   Works
JOHN   REID,  Propnet.
Uanutacturen ol
I '-Vrouyht    Iron   Gates,   l-encer    '-'<�����'
ingt.  Balcony Rllllngi   I
Fire   Escapes.
Genera! Machine Wort* and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Worki:
reoth Street,  ���   New Wesrmit^r
FOR
BALLOONS ARE   NOT  SAFE
FROM  RIFLE  BULLFITS
Bei Iin. Di c I Expel' in. nis iltii
have been going on here for some time
have bown thai li is almost Impossible for dirigible ballons io e��capi
hand  o band knffe fiKhi with the hero, from lhe flre of field plenei and rifles
���aid ... ...   one oi the mosi thrilllnglod ihe ground by i-oiiiK t,, high aln-
stage comhata .vii devised,   ScenlcaU tudos,    Thi    .'real.si  height   the air-
New   Voi k,    Dec    I,   Th
Sm. City, bound  from
Ureal   Lake    to  v w    v<n k,
from  Chicago  and   wa    rejior
be'ng in the paasengi i
in i
.���a   tho
iiiui'.l
��� ���I    as
She
I
SANTA
CLAUS
ly, "Texas" is a masterpiece, every set
h.iMHK been palmed from photograph
pf the seems represented. The pro
pertles, too, are all Konnliie, having
been bought at thi scene of the play,
aamelj Bnckhead ranch, Val Verde
count)*, T -i Th. company is bead*
ed by FranK Conway and Mi-s Nora
Shell.>, ami  -i <n' the original Si w
York cast
������ARIZONA."
For iii.  picture que ��� nframe    u
Augustus Thomas' ' Vrlsona     to   bi
... ii n;, .i at ihi opi ra houi. on Wod-
Bhipi can ali.ain sUCCessfullj and sale.
ly, still haves them within range of
the sp.ciai cannon for shooting at balloons, null whieii the experiments are
made,
Unemployed Sent Abroad.
London,   Dec. 3    Mr,   Burns  Btate'l
in    piirllnm- nl   yesti rduy   thai    up   to
the end ol Boptomber lasl  12,058 per.
on . Including K371 dependants, had
h, en assist' d io ' mil t,, ,  bj ih, Central  I'n. mployed Bodj  of l/mdon and
i    provincial    .i   ���. .      committee*
Tli   ...   , In  nd li il, tvas > i :i 110
usually carried a crew ol twenty-eight,
She carried no pa_ ��� ng<
Turkish  Boycott Spreads.
St. Petersburg, Dec, i    The Russian
consul at Trlesti   bas    Informed    the
government that the Turkl b boycott
of Austrian goods bas   extended into
Egypl and Albania nnd i   il itenlng
;o spread throughom the entln   VIus*
iilinan  world.
Pope's Condition Improves.
Koine, Dee. Il.-Tliai   Pop,   p| ,.  ,,.,.,
recovered from his recent Illness, is
ih.. Official  "tai. rm ii.        i,.,] .,,,.     i .
Dr. Petaccl. fin accouni of ihi dangeT
of  a   relapse,   lie   In,     '   , , ,,r| )0
remain In his npnrtnv ni   i,,,- ���.     ,  .
of thi  we. k,
AT
Morej^s
COLUMBIA ST.
���'.ii ��� ii :.��� Ighl and ,.a Bongerg to
aii points between .New Westmin ter
and Westham Island.
Leaves Uracl.inan-Ker's wharf dally
at 2 p.m.; Additional trip on  Mondays.
leaving at .'��� a.m,
Returning leave Westham Island 7
A.m.  dally, except Fridays  at 8 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 6:30 p.m., calling hi Steveston as
Inducement offers,
C.  Hambcr
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public
Room   10.
New   Westminster
Conveyancer
Brine   Block
P. O. Box  795
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
��xpres��: snd freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service,
Foi  information tpplv tfl
I.   H.   ROGERS,  Tr-iffir   Msnsget,
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    AC"      ''���>���
WARNING   TO  PURCHA-: I
Ever) asslgnmeni ol the
South African Voluteer Bntl ��� i
land grant must   be bj vm   ���' al*'
polntmeni of a substitute and a   ��� ''��
in the form provided by ths A
Special attention is called   >
section 3 of Section 6 of tha Vo mteer
Bounty Aot, IMS, which prori'
no asslgnmeni of tho rlghl ol a
unteer by the appointment ol a  �� ���
BUtute shall be accepted or recognl^
r    Hi,.    Iltl      ,r
by th.. Departmenl   ot me J*
which is not executed and dated afMJ
.he date of the warrant for the    nd
grant I-sued by the Minister Ol n����
and Defence In favor ol thi  ���'
.,  w. ORBENWAY,
romno ssloner of i- ������'   '
Land
28th -    I* ��� ���'���"   ������*''* 5ATU��*AY'
DEC 5,  ��� *��.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
_MOT_ bEVEN.
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Oar Annual Fall
Clearance
IS NOW IN FULL SWING
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W. N. Draper Education  BiU   Is
surveyor Withdrawn From
Ellard bio_k   New Westminster, B C
Commons
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OOKSLETS
\ Mc" s ?0U?5S :   ��? only'   Men's  Worsted and
;       Tweed Suits; regular $14, $15, and $16 lines  To
clear while they last    -    $5 OO the suit
; The pants of these suit, are <        nearly the price of ti
��� u might say the coats and vests are thrown in.
: Men's Pants:    100 pairs of Men's Tweed and
Worsted  Pants.   $2 and $2.50 lines, to clear
[      at $1 OO the pair
|   |3 and $3.50 lines, to clear   $1 50 thc pair
I Men's Sweaters: 25 dozen Men's Navy Blue
I Ail wool Sweaters, roll collar. Regular $1.50 lines;
I    while they last      -      -      -   $1.00 Each
| Boys' Suits: Two piece goods, Norfolk style. $3
j    Suit for $2.25.   $4.50 Suit for $3.50. $5 Suit
for $3.75
Boys' 50c. Caps for 25c
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE
J.   G    GANION'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR," Columbia  Street
to
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
l.'Oll. I i.     -Ill    i
  .       ,.      ll.
- . .- a ent
regarding thi educa Ioi bill,
.he measure has been withdrawn
from the  House of Comi	
This announcement was made by
Premlei Asquith in th, House ot
Commons todaj
The deadlock between Ihe go
ment and the church Followed the demand made by the Archbishop of
Canterbury for a larger grant for
non-state aided -schools than the government was. willing to .allow.
CABINET MAKER.
Years With J,  \   Lee ���
England   Takes   French   Island.
Paris, Dec. 4. -Mlnlstei ol Colonle
and   solicits    your | Millier La Croix confirmed todaj    thi
Kion turnlt spe-  rfvorl thal  Qeno    Island   had    I m
'���'v-  .- er t;    the    British   coi
Tin- island, v '
located Pacific    ninety   m-les
rif    the Tuamotu
red a French strategic
01 Panama-Tahiti ronte.   It
is announced that tho matter will   be
th, of flip, >mati<   nego-
.n.. between France an.'.  K.i;:.
���
I has  in*'
, patronac
fi.iM; .|   and store furniture.
_Mn.li- ��� . : irnii nre repairs.
Firsi Class Workmansl ,
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
26 Alexander  -
Oppo- tl   T-h.iti OfTirp
P.  O.  Be.  304.        House  Prion?   B 29
| WiH II WAIT M KING OF
1 REPAIRING DONE
S
or  .ir.
. ali
,  Colun
Typewriter!
,. machinery
go to
ALEX. SPECK
��� SI Man on the Wheo
FOR SALE CHEAP.
. .in tm whistli
!'..������ power engine.
trail cutteT
''!.. i     ss wagon.
-.Iso :i ...i-.. asaortmenl of new
on .  joods,
SPECK & CRANDELL
Specie Block. Near Tram Office.
Phone .M.
City Elections
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found j
| for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- ffc f
'       -.--.--,.....-..-.������...      ���        ���        ���        ...    -,.���.^1,-^.--..-',.-        -     ���-,-.     ',.
.NTED- Housi work by the month;
enci wages $20 <-ir $25.
,lj   Vi    :. .   Ni wa  off;,-.
.  SALE- i.'i- on the Sixth strei
line,  for  $100   each,  $25  cash,
$10 l       month.    While  ft
Sh es   260 Columbia street, City.
���.rul
TKe
vVardrobe   Clo
thier
Ttif.itiiTiitnTitti *  !������?___.!   �����   ���
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* ���I-fr.r-H4'M"I''.''I"H"H"l"H"I' vv-M-K-K-*
The Malleable
So/e Agents
UO.
Perhaps the Most
Important Stern
of the ':*���' meal of the daj Is
Coffee. Ar... you jetting the
bi Bt? If j .ni are not, get a
sample pound or a half pound
(fresh ground) hon*.
Our Coffee at 40c per pound
is a greal favorite with our
patronB.
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97 GROCERS Columbia St.
"���v. .   .   i  m,.-  elec
th v-  n  W'estml
;. ..-..
on MONDAY,     ...     rth   da]    ..
I o'i lock a m
pose of elect or
. .
:  . .
or the pu      ��������� .    -
ns ii* Aldei mi n foi
..;   ll	
: nominal
������������ ..   Each Candida i
SI S   ;       .. MT���Those nice new
houses enth between Fifth
*-        ,.,. endid    view,
car line. Everything new and up to date; V oodwort
Q-sslon finish, casl iron enamel
bath,  electric   I   I t and    cold
six  renim-   besidi   ','.. :vh and
 sets    Jus      the
home for a   Christmas  bride;   look
Mi. ni     i-Ye  partieul
roomed, furnished
with on. ���      round: also
chickens;   i  nl    $2
- enth strei
\ i ...    rooms    from
; ;���(.- wi   ,.  up.    Steam hi
i coni
��� , adomi   or to M       '��� ��
er, Royal Cafe (toi mei Ij Lei'���-1
nominated   In   writing;   the   writlngj
i shall
ro   M   *���**' .    Sulti    tumlshed   rooms,
tor light housekeeping. Ap-
,, A'. v Speck.
ub8crlbed by two persons       v \n im-_D   Pupils for violin nnd man-
dolln;
:     v    IS
fees
, City
..,..,. Address
Tit LET���Furnished bedroom.   Apply
139 Dickenson street, tho Crescent.
WANTEDGood plain sowing neatly
done. Apply Mis. J, Simpson, Ash
stre.t, P. O. Dox MT.
A.Jam<r8.    J. McClucjhan
* Hardnun
ST*.VES,     TINWARE,
AND   HEATINU.
rooms
furniture for
Purr block,
pale.    Enquire room
oec4oec*04ceco*c*o*o*ceo*o oeoeoeoeo*o*a*oeo-K>eo*oeo
PLUMBING   q
From Street    Trust Rlort
CHOICE    MEATS
N
O
nocolates
AT ALL PRICES
trouble
to
AT THR
Cain;! Meat Market
Good.
STORE
SHOW VjOOC';-
j >o drug
��OK)-K)*K>*0*O*OO*O*��O*K3*K)*O*>0 C*nw��0��0^t00*040��0��0��0f0
proposer and seconder, who Bhall
duly i|ti;ililie<l .lectors iiiid residents >n
the City; and such nomination papei
shall contain a statement signed b3
the person nominated that he consents to sueh nomination.
The nomination papers shall be de
Uvered to the Returning Officer at anj
time between the date of this notic   	
and liu the ease of Mayoi nnd School T'"��1;* REN1
Trustees)  12 noon of the 7th da**  ol
December,   1908,  or   (in  the  case of
Aldermen)  1  o'clock pui.  of 'lie sum.
day,
in the evenl <>f a poll bi lng ne<
sar; . such poll will be open* .1 on tl
1 Uh    day   of    Dec. iu'eei.    (908     il'
o'clock  a.m.  nn.i   will   n ma n   ���
in,'    5 p.m, of the 'no ���   ''��� '  al   thi
toll -a iii". ) Ime       The i' . haiu-
bei   City Hall; the Plre Hall, Sappi r
ton; and the Watoi works Bt<
ai    lhe    oornei    of    v. kland
ivi nth Streel ���. ol ��hli h evei
""  :    ;   i1'^''1   to taki CONTRACTORS
govern hfmself accordln and  TRANSLATORS
Given  under   mj   hand   Rl   the   '   ' Male   .onl Female   Heip  Promptly
11.ill.  New  Westminster, the  24th  Mi ; Furnished.
of November, 1008 columiiia   and   McN'iEi-ty   STS.
W   k. DUNCAN NEW   WESTMINSI TR,   D.   C.
Hotnrni:*'    Of! '"hone  431. ���"-*. n  Ro��   R8*_
".-���'- .'*_.,J'_.a*'>0'_.J*_,O'..''. -,"���--'- ."'.-���'-.���   .   "..",J',a".J',."���'.'.JI.
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I CHURCH
I SERVICES
(Changes for this column musi i,b
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission oil
any church notice from this oolum-i
Indicates that no coi hai been turn .1
In ti_ the [iiiHto:' or other respons '���
tmrty.)
Sunday, December 6.
QUEHX'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. W. il. Barraclough, M.A.. pastor.
Regular services at. ll n.m. and 7 p.m..
Sunday school and Bible classeb at
2.30 p.m.
OLIVET    BAPTIST���Rev.    M.     [_,.
Rugg, D.D., pastor.    Services 11 a.m.
and "'  p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
m.       Mid-week     prayer   meeting   on
" ���   ' ��daj   a;    8    o'clock.    Momlnj
"Grl< vinK   Mu  Spirit "   Thi    morniu
sermon    wlll    be    followed    bj    the
Ordlnanci   o   thi   Lord    Supper
���������-   sermon   \t   thi   fifth    In
���      ���       ; i    .     . .      . hing;
ubject,  "The C of    Cl
llali'lv."
HOLY TRINITY    Rev.  Y Shildrlck,
rectoi     Holj Communion >- a.m.. Matins 11, to .; e followed V a choral cele
bration.    Evensong at 7 p.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. .1. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class 2: SO p.m.
Morning, 'The Doctrine of Good
Works";    evening,    "The   Cl i
Business."
WEST END METHOOIST���Re\. 1- .
A. Magee, pastor.   Services at 11 a.m
and 7 p.m.   Class meeting   at 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 2M!f> p.m;   Epworth
I .   Monday   at    S    p.m.;    prayer
Wednesday at 8 p.m.
I N'o BtfbjectS receive.).)
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Sapperton���Rev. E, G. Thompson, M.
A., pastor.    Public worship, morning,
II a.m.; evening. 7 p.m. Sabhath
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30, Y. P. S. C. E. Monday at 8
p.m. Morning -subject, "Fault Finding", evening, "The Right Use of
Mon* - ."
ST. PAUL'S REFORM! I PISCO-
PAL Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Ser-
at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion first Sunday in the mon
ter morning Bervice. Prayer meet_i.fi;
on Thursdays a; 7:30 p m.
i No subjects received.)
V, EST   PR] BRIAN I
"���. v. a m a*. Taylor, M.A., Ph.
D., minister. Services at 11 a. m. and
7 p. r,i.    Sunday  school       I       \m-
(No suojects received.i
OOLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth ljeague
Tuesday S p m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.tti. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewan Jones,
(pastor.)
(No subjects received.)
lURNABY     MISSION���Pastor,    H.
W. V..  BroniWlch, Hast Burnaby. Ser
vici ��� aa follows:    Fast Burnaby, Sunday school at two o'clock;  preaching
Furnished  lionsekeepinc '. *���*������"���;"    '        I  ��*������'���   ''��'m- people's ser*
do e In;    bedtotlful   view .
...     ..:    , : 30
-    ii at     s
'
_     .   f:30.
,i.
Thursday,   prayer
i.m.    \Ye,t  Burnaby,
at 2:30 and preaching
\ l; s T MINS t K It EMPLOYMENT
.MKNCY���Under new management
266 Columbia street. Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can Bupply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free ol '
charge Branch office, 107 Cordovn
Bl eel west, Phone A 2TR0 Vani ou
., B. 0.
i No sul jects rei elvi
.. ���	
Japanese Empjoyment Agency ,":,
roe,-1,
i    ���
Oc
���^lith Bt, and    Fifth Avenue i,
BOwe
"HONt.   ,'.70
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LOT 7   Block 36^   Northern ^rown Bank
a. ii i*-. a
K>uvau UQitijjyeiJit.aiy
.nue
,-e
PROM    ANV
<)LD   COUNTRY
J?��KINa TO   AND
0INTS   iN   Tl
J*N ��E ARRANGED AT THIS OP
Empre
���
'
��PHly  to
I  of Ireland,   Nov.   I I,
'.' Ir, land   Dec
if  Britain   D"c- :
aind partiouiarii
11
F"r other dates
ED.
GOULET,
C. P II. Agent.
0U the cone r of ltoyal a\
did warehouse or factory
tracks run past Mils pi*��Porty.
terms.   THIS IS A SACRIFICE
n.i Eleventh street, Bplen*
B, C. Electric and C. P. R.
Pries $3ooo.   Reasonable
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr ���	
New Westminster,  B. C.
0^5*0*0��0��0*O')^^>O*O^*0 O*0*��>-K>-��C��0<K>0*0*O*C��0*0-K> I ^
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capita! $6,000,000
Pald-Up Capital $2^00,000
The methods pursued by this bank are not matters cf experiment. Every feature of modern banking has been adopted which
is conducive to efficiency a^d sorvlce to the public.
J. F.. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
, I in \i,.\lv    Captain C   H.
fe,   C     ��� '      s    will    *e
i ii led     ���' A       ���    '*'.
on  Sunday  aa Ii .lov ���    7am., knee
aitU;  10   ��� chooi    ll  a.m..
. m���
...   ,
king   i'i
Judgment.'
SAPPERTON Mi-M HODloT       tte.
it. M. Tnompsi n i
11     "i   nnil 7 p mi   Bund ���    ichool    I
0   . ni, Dpworth Leag -
 " ���   i ��� ��� er meeting    Wi  d ij
"veiling.
i.*ki;m METHODIST MMMM
BJlghth street, between Thud and
Fourth avenue-.. Mbss meeting at 10
a.m.; preaching al n a.m. and 7 p.m.;
Sunday Bchool at 2:30 p.m. Rev. T.
ll.  Marsh, acting pastor.
UUTHHKAN CHURCH-���Rev. B. A.
Sand wlll preach at the South Side
church at ll B.in., and at Vancouver
in the evening.
MILLMAN THROWN AGAINST
A   MOVING  EDGER   SAW
P.rt Orchard, Dec. I���While putting
on a bell In the Kitsap mill, aboit
llir..-  miles  from  here, Harold Lum-
..-.;, son of the owner of the mill,
fell on to an edger saw, as a result of
which he may lose a leg-   Tb    moving
e'.t threw him on to the saw.
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IWe Want
Your
Business
Give us your lirst of the
month order and see how well
we will tj-eat you. You will find
;hat our goods are all of the
very best quality, strictly fresh
and  prices right.
We can save you money on
your grocery orders.    "Try us."
First shipment of Japanese
. ranges are just in, -km* box 75c
Naval    oranges,
, :���   .Mv- u   40c.
large
oue?
' We have a few boxes left of
1 those lovely apples. McAulash
I    Ked.
C.A.WELSI.
���The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
Johnson's
Wood Finishes
JOHNSON'S WOOD DYE for
dying all woodwork furniture
und floors.
JOHNSON'S PREPARED
WAX for ,��� illshing all woodwork.
DYNAMITE USED IN
FIGHT AGAINST FLOOD
Arkansas  River  Finally
Claims Portion of  Town
i    of Pine  Bluff.
JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
SOLVA for removing all paint,
varnish, etc.
JOHNSON'S PASTE WOOD
FILLER for filling the grain and
nores of wood.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Phone 379.
P. O.  Box 249.
DECEMBER   7th,   1908
i
UNDER   PATRONAGE   OF   SCHOOL
TRUSTEES.
]k Royal (ity High School
Pre*, m- ��� ���-,. famous
Schubert Symphony Club
and Lady Quartette
'..-���    . the numbers were    written
;   ��� specially  for  the  Schu-
HOTEL RUSSELL
Xew Westminster, B. c.
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Winter Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
Special   attention   p3id   to       Banquets,
Private   Suppers   and   Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and   Cold   Water.
Steam   Heat.
- '��� ���   loc
Pine Bluff, 'i'ii.., Dec. 4.���Unable I '
stand the continued pressure of the
water hurled against it through tie
diverting of the current of the river
by tbe dynamiting operations of Wednesday night, the government dyke .it
the foot of Alabama street, several
blocks south of the former zone, was
washed away last night for a distance
of 200 yards and the steep bank al
this point with the entire force of
tho swollen stream striking against it
is fast crumbling into the river. Great
portions are tumbling at rapid intervals, and the roar of the river and the
caving banks is hoard for a great distance.
An entire block of business houses
has been abandoned, and smaller
buildings are being rolled away. Several structures already overhanging
the brink doubtless will collapse
East Barraque street, fronting on the
river for several blocks, is a scene of
���desolation and efforts are being made
to remove the stocks of the business
houses and household goods to a place
of safety.
Dynamiters resumer last night their
work of blowing away the   north bank
opposite Pinf Bluff, in,an effort further)
to divert tho current.
IMPERIAL  PRINCES SEE
NEW Y. M. C- A.  OPENED
Seoul, Korea. Dec. -I.���The new
Young Men's Christian Association
building, which was recently completed, was formally opened today by
Prince Ito with much ceremony. Th-
:        5 aim occasion, th
Imp, es, all the Japanese an l
. ri an ovi ������iim-m i Sicl lis and M���.
for. - nsuls bi lng present. Theodore Sai inion?, the Ai erican consul
genen I, read a cordial cablegram from
Wannamaker, and Prince I o
opene ! * hi ceremonii < with .. v" ���
in whii ��� expri si .j his -! nip
with M    greal (vork of the V  M. C. A.
i,   , .orca   aad   ; i imise I  his   heartli
support.
1 (. :>riiifit 4ttord to Miss ywjK    rO'irTDlCC
n i Great Musical Treat  ��� AIViAo   bKULLKILj
Candies   Peel    Raisins.
.      IAS   YAMMX-
READ   ROOSEVELT'S
ADDRESS ON  TUESDAY
ng mon -
_   ...   ,.
Night    Onl*.
llflSl ;!     Westminster Opera House
r|\v:: .'^'.-..'��'���'..v
m$-'M.'W^''
-.  fu    Iin< eneral    provisions;       Washington,    Dee.    4.���The    presi-
om    goods   and  dent's annual  messagi     to    i   n-
a.ain. I will  be lead to the second ������   sion .>I
Ixtleth congress on Tuesday next
i instead of Monday, the opening  in,   ol
congi-ess,   iccord'ng   o the plan    an-
THOS. RUTLEDGE
:; ; Fifth Avenue.
Phone **04.
<���     *      ij   .        p. .        -   tne pn sment a
Ladies  Hair Dressing! ^< - ���
nounced.    Tlie senate will adjourn on i
I Monday out of respect to lhe memorj   w
..'   Senator -Allison, imnn llati I.,  aftei   |
appointing a e^imn'i.e.- to wait upun
. sident and after any new mem '
I
:. *.   ��� ��� ttrt-
:.'   1
Passage   snd   Scalp Treatment     a
Specialty
Ccrner of   Sixth   and   Columbia.
LOCAL   NOTES.
1 Electric Railway Service*
��� -      _  ������
Ir-terurban   Line.
-   '  r   Vancouver   ..nd    war
tli ns   wM]  run  every half.
'" :.i   .'   ���'."   a.  m.     Last
��� *    ��ve�� Bt  11 p. n_.
.   *    ..- lv. Vancouver 11:30 i
City Line: Cars leave tram j
office on the hour, twenty mln- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- ��
ter, commencing at G:20 a. m. S
Sapperton Line: Cars leave *
at ten mlm:tes after the hour, f
half past and fifty mtautes after ���
Aid. E. .1. Fader haa been Indisposed thi lasl iwn days, and has not
een able to gei down to business.
James Stark, of Vancouver, waa
thrown from Iiis automobile In Granville street on Thursday, and dislocated his knee. He i* esl Ing com-
fortablj  at  hi.-, residence.
Dr. Manchester authorizes the denial of statements which have been
eiiri-.-ni In the citj for the ins; few
days thai he will be a can lidai al
The municipal election . her for
mayor or alderman
The finals in the Inti r*cla       i ke
ars    eave the  depot    every
��� twentj   mtautes  'or  both  Sap-
��� pen u and city limits over the
Itj :ine.
the hour, commencing at 6:80 |     bflll |eague at Columbian college will
a. m
Sunday Service   nair-nnurlr b* #
tween 8.30 a.m   and 11  p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
��       ���-���       ���       ��� "���!',���.     ����i��������-tiaa��1����^�� '"-���^������^��������*��^��*<^*����4^*��������#����^^t
siari this evening, when th�� Cornmer
cial ami the Manic teams play, Th��|
lo.-.-r oi tonight's game will play the
First Ym-.u- Art s, W'edm i > afternoon, and then I he wlnni ri ol i lies..'
' im matchi -��� will mi ei for a grand
finish a  week  from todaj
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.!
-i
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Queensborough   District on  Lulu Island d-*silned to be one   i
lhe largest Industrial centres iu the province.
NOW IS YOUR TIME
'" -'''  '���- !l1" "a.v Of an ndv.uiee liy  Imylng water frontage thei
Shrewd Local Investors
have alreadj  more than doubled their money by buying In Queen
borough,
Maps mid price lis
' on application to
F.J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88-109
SATURDAY, DEC. &,
.m.
All Ladies'Ready-to-Wi
ear
CLOTHING
On  Sale  at BIG  Reductions
Our iiereiniier sale of ladies' and children's garments . a
ave,   The low prices quoted are clearing out quickly many ol these special llnei
i- customers ;,  ,.,, Q
mer.
Remarkable Values in These
SPECIAL SALE
SUITS        at
$25.00
Clearing out suits at 'his price means a loss to us.    Regular values run up to $45.00  but v,.
dear them out    Several customers were quick to appreciate the bargains  offered  and  cho .
best offered.   There aro stUl suits in navy, brown, black only; mad., of  high  class German
with good silk linings, tailor made and effectively trimmed with braid   and   buttons,    on    coal
skirts  are  made pleated or plain flared with folds; sizes 32 to 38.   At. each   S2iQ0
Serviceable and Stylish
Dress Skirts at
$4.95
Regular $6.75 to $11.50 Values.
By all means one of thi grea i I
skirt offers we have evi r plai ��� ; on
sale. Sum., six dozen stylos to elect
from in all colors and . Izi s. II Is im-
possibl i to di the many varle) b i
here, I ul ladii i can    ippl,   themsi Ivea
with a handsome skirl al n
tremely low.    All one pr'ce $4.95
NEW SUITS at
$9.95 each
These were our mo-i pop ...
-nit.    this  season,   rang :..
from   .lViO  to $18.0<i,
ranges of sizes and coi ���
.'. ������ hi ��� ���   lei Ided to plai
our sale   pecial    ilong with
��� r prli ed suits. Note the i
low   i i ii ,. at which wi   offi
suits     i 'olor - ar.- navj
...     mlxtui
onl        ' II     .'��� -   In on -
coloi -      ' 'l on    p Ici
Deep Price Reductions 0
n
Read the list be lew
Read thc list belou
��� i     Ni
One only, Marmot Stole Mod..-,    v Inches long.   Regular price $'���'���
One only, Stone Marten Stole,    Regular price J35.00.    Now 	
Two only, Marmot Stole Collars.   Regular price $27.50.   Now	
Two only, Marmot Stole Col.  ,       Regular price $21.50.   Now   ..   , 	
Three only, Marmol  ('"liar*    Regular price $15.75.   Now   	
One only, Electi i  Sea] and i   Inchllla Collarette,    Regular prl  .......
Thr nly, White Thibet Ruff . 72 Inche   long    Regular price $15.7.1     \"o. 	
One lot Mon.;. and Imltlatlon Persian Man.'. Collars,   Regular pric           ��� ������    m.
A SPECIAL LINE OF
SWEATERS
For the Boys
Lowly priced at   OOC
each
These are meeting w th a big
sale. They are heavy, well made,
nice appearance, of serviceable
garments, In just the style which
appeal to a boy. Coloi- are navy,
cardinal, black and cream, trimmed
with narrow bands of contrasting
color on cuffs and dollars, All siz-s.
Now    65c
CHILDREN'S COATS
at
$2.95
i . ,-.   repi esenl    ���
and    i ?- a:������ suitable for
ii," "        nl;   With  a   I. '���'   Si  ������
lhe  'ill.   'oil.-, in  and   i   ���
prl    !   ��� the values,
.,    .���   from $3.1
rom l   ��� ��� ���   ears ol
nixed fi
Vou  wI!
New Style Lot of
LADIES'
Norfolk Jackets
$4*50 eaeh
I lu      .   i   quality   of won]  in  il-.  I
in [hi te ii.ii jackel Tbe welghi
i- double Mini oi an> other line we
carry and the Btyl�� i- appropriate
for wear wiihoul coau Made In
iiiaiini.il . ffeci wiih side pocket*.
Belt, (lai collar, Btted cuffs an i
fastened In fronl with large pearl
buttons, colors navy, cardinal,
brown and  white     Each  , , ��� .$4.50
Another Lot of
New NET and
LACE Blouses
S vera] tlm< a this    ea on hav.   *���*.    ... ired '!l' -���    "
"'  ie-w lace waists and each   time    ��� ��� m-   '"    Increasi
popularltj  and sale,    Tbes.   will be eagerlj ��oughi after
i.i.-i. lin\..  been worked oui  In   making ol  this  Une jusl
hand.    Made Of fine nets and   all over  laces  over  sill.
They hav long sleey, s and   are  all   nraM..   trimmed   wl I
Insertions and collar*--.   Aii itees.   Each .-������
$5.25 to $1!
SUPERIOR QUALITY OF
Japanese   Taffeta  for  Blouses
65c, 75c and 85c per yard
Qualities which hardly one person out of a dozen know., thai
we keep, Inn those who havo inado up these grnd^H speak In
the WgheSt te.rins of recommendation of thflr good wearing
qualities, They are hoavyp eiose woven, wash and wear well
and are guaranteed not to cut. Sold In Ughl. cream only, 11
Inches wide.
New Arrivals
by express
.lu-i In: Ladies' Lac. Col1. '
Collar Supporters. Leather lap
Mounted Back Combs, Elastic B��H��
Taney Ties, Lace Ties, etc.
W. SJ Collister & Co.
THE  STORE   POR WOMEN'S WEAR
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i immmnrtwM' ;.tn>^vwvt �����*���'
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