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 "hite, Shiles & (
FIRE INSURANCE
LEW WESTMINSTER, B.
,(-i
IMBER 279.
White, Shiles & Co
EC 3-ISO? jJEAL ESTATE
Phone 85
_mts, #0 Cufiimbia St
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.   MONDAY  MORNIK&, DECEMBER
1907
'"���  i,
���"'""y.
TEN  CENTS PER  WEEK.
^JSyiLr'"''1*���1 COlL[GE "AZING        LIBERALS PREPARE      ATHLETIC ASSN. IS     "NOMINATION DAV
STEAMffl TROUBLES     IS EAOER'S SLOGAN     TO BE SUPPRESSED   EOR ANNUAL MEETING     STILL A POSSIBILITY;     HAS NOW ARRIVED
t^wS ^h^.0^ Drk'-^StudenteExpelJed Fori.a.ion'T^I  dub Provinc-iae^^ir Organ-
Candidates for Civic Honors
gainst Westham Island    dares   He   Will   A,tr,i.     riririri   3,7  ri, U     "ovmclal Amateur Organ-UancUdates ior Civic Honors
Tver* Won Out. SEUj Ml ^     f""" "T^ f��r *"*'    Will be Discussed Tuesday;    izationis    Discussed   at j   Not So Numerous as Last
Makeshift System
ing to Dip Freshman
-Election of Officers.
Dior football
iih
tope I
, a  Letter  tele-
will   lj(-  the-  subject  ���.__
tea-.i, o,1(. oi  xew  Westminster's
im ��� '���'�� supporters, Journeyed to, |ong ���,.,,,.....���   nam
,,.,,,���. island    Saturday   to   play
hoir league fixture.     I nfortunately, ^	
:ough B,eamboat troubles, they did ^.w""" "u' "����8 <*>uncll get. dow.,
Arrive till 3:16. and the game, al- �� bU,,D6S8' lf * J  Pader wins one ol
bough shorl time was agreed on, wai "/' "**" B<*?' aml " |B demonstc-u-
.    ,  i '(| wa   Hie' telephone eomnanv can i _>
,,,,1 ofl on accounl (if darkn as, at '           nupvu} can   ,
reegulated ley the cltj government.
Without attempting to Fully outlina
his policy, Mr. Fader, wheu Interview-
e i by a News report* r yesterday, b< il
I ed then he- would make it his business
. to Investigate the telephone   Bystew
wiih \\n: objecl of securing a bett r
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_i servi.-c.
., ,     te     Barl ar ee b i I   bei i
You ash m.' whal
Early lasl Monday morning s me fit
thee male students living In th- Science hall concocted up a little hazing
party which was to give an uninia'el
Length.
Year���No Dark Horses.
Who shall occupy the seats of th.i
The  annual  meeting    of    the  New       The meeting of delegates from th.?
Westminster  Lib-ral  association "Vill various  British Columbia   coast ath-: mighty during LiOS and guide the des
be held tomorrow evening in the clu1) Jetic organizations which was held in
member of the school a morning dip   r<"""'  when  l��>porttBt business i.s to the   Badminton   hotel,  Vancouver,  oa
in one of the park fountains.    Howev-   be transact-.1. and In i rder to nave a Saturday   afternoon,   for   the purpose
������������  they made too much noise in their   thoroughly  representative opinion  on of considering tlie unsettled condition
I.,;. tim.  Westminster were leading
v 1..0, and were having a full shaie
.   ; .nne.
,e,,  than, i land  won the toss n%2'
l)H. capta ���     ���"'��� i to play two halves
.   minutes.    Cunningham set tu<->
(an rolling and Westham set up a hot
1,-ioe I, Herringshaw ch ared, the
i      oh      ee Craig, who with LumV
.   ��� . ���     ���    iei! down into the Wes -
ttj      ''eill   eilia,illll,     bUt
��� -r!i    the- final shot,
the   -.- ' ���    '��� n  minutes    mldflel i
be  eiel r, and Dill Turnbull
tnaged to elraw the We ,:
���    ���  ���     i'ii r ; a--s el to Am-
a tei re I to Wai een, |   >
:  . ever il  o iponents an 1
a   .   to Craig,  who    a   ���
'ei-  time and  land( I
���   the net,    v. ���   tham appeal-
efi    e, that th    ball  had
Breviot V.   ' -   ��� '    centre, cro      I
���   ��� nut of pi ,.���. bul aft-
the  iine Bman,  the ref-
.������'..     From    the
tmlnsti ���  again    attacked
���:.  -    ick    the uprignt
��� -    e   < mih !  Loci rin   put the
From   now  till  half tim",
. re dangerous, but in
- ���   they f mnd  thi Ir Btumblln?
i on  asK  tne what    my    intention
are, In running for Alderman", remark
e l Mr. Iri i- i   "Well l hav'ni given the
matter much consid ration ns yet.   1
was   a; I e,a.-Ileal   I   	
If eli > ted l Intend to look i arefully i -
te, ��� li.. . |\ |c leiisin i    as   I  comes_ Im -
fore ���;.'-. and the citizi ns can dep i   I
that I will eio   everything I   can   to
further the Inti  ���   I     I the city. There
.    many   Improvements   looki d   for
I to, bul it is the n; Inion of a nu ..
���    of bu in".-a mi n w!io have d scu -
sed the- matter with me, thai the tele
phon !  s< n ie e stands  in  the  greatest
\ emi::'     Thej  si <-m lo
think it should I ������ Bhifti d to   n Isl tn 1
i-i the Gulf nf Georgia an I given a re il
in. doubl if I am eli ct< <! t'i y �� ll
execution of the deed, and awoke < n
ol the professors, who quickly put the
expedition to flight. Three of the
rlngli aders were also expelled from
residence in the dormitory, but were
reinstated after a meeting of the faculty and student body in the evening,
when future hazing was promised lo
be suppri Bsed.
The  theologueB  of t i   Bchool !wl l
acl as husts to the   rest of the Istu-
d nts  at  an    open  Lit,  next  Friday,
many citizens anl   :i"1' ;'  tt,ei< from Frfday the College
Literary society ie-' plann'ng to giv.- a
mock trial, which is to be taken f_ro n
the famous breach of promise scene
In Dicken's "Pickwick Papers."
A junior football match with Wi st-
.   Island was scheduled for eleven.
o'clock a '��� inlay morning, but the Is!-'
amli rs failed to show up in time to
start  the match  before half-past two
In  the.  afternoon, and  then to make
for the two    following matches,
they only played thirty minutes. With
th<-  exception  of the  very  begiunin-r
of  the  egame,  when    the  Island  lads
���   the  \\estham  boj 3
���  at  t1 ey w< re In danger of
tl ��� ill  n ci rd nf not having lo ;t
1   i' a.- -e gi ound tor the
:��� ears, played  up di - perati -
In   Westminster halves    ami
Ithi '.  ne. : their match and Bar-
is nol called upon much. Th >
��� was now beginning to fail, and
ter Bel  up a strong attac c,
Ihots    elrfg rained   In  ou  the  West-
[i from all quarters, even the.'
trying their    luck, bul  Trim,
Julchon eiiul  Palmer ar   a hard de-
i'ii"   ���''  beat.    Westham  had just  r���*-
leved the pressure when the referee
elded to call the game fifteen mints !������ fore time, much tn the rell f
(���f 'io-  Island  boys.
lie Barbaras the- Rovers claim they
��ave the besl goal keeper in B. C,
in! they ar<' not far wrong. The
tacks are both strong and clean tack-
���ers, though they would benefit should
llie> lay up the field more when th..1
���ail is in the opponents' goal. The
wives were good, Lock holding his
pwn with the Btrong left wing, and
1       ill  and  Lockharl    allowed    n i
(^nation between the r st of the
wwards. Tho forwards should kee i
rther up the fit Id, especially the In-
b men, and nol allow the opposing
:'    cil ar   so   easily.     'I'll     W   Bf-
ptim's defence was good, and Palmer
���'as not  to  blame  (or the shol  that
Iliim.   .1. 8a\ ige was the bi st o!
'  .  and  held   Luras I m   fine;
thers  Trim   were the  pick  "f
is Lhough all played well.
' ��� thi   game, the players and Bup-
rs nf both teams sal down to B ;  -
expect me to ',., Ip II oul of the. way. I   ���'''oreii th<? 0,ll-v B��al of the same,
tifflciently posted on the laws
and the city by-laws to know whether
th<- council  bas any  epower over tit*
Telephone i ompanj. bul if   uch is the
as   l  pn sume it is. that    power
ri ' ertainlj be exercised,   Fur th -.
two ye ars we have heard of imen ��� nts  em i  have  been promise 1
ei   '���''��� ;��� Bei .Ice,   ut up ta the present
' ���   bi tter Bervlce han failed to mater-
������.    This ia one of the most    importanl  matters I have- ieen asked to
look into.   We have a population no^v
rn about 10,000 people In this city and
we are deserving of as good accommodation  as Vancouver or VictoiTa. and
v.a- should all endeavour to sie   th^t
��.��� ge| it.
It is  very  wdl to slo ip once in a
while, hut to sleep riaht on and n ver
wake up is a thing of the past    with
N''w  West minster.    It'  we want people
tn come here and make their noincs
with us, we must give them good services, goal accommodat'on, a    clean
city,and the   best of all, good moral protection for their families. With thee^e
assurances  the  stranger    will    abide
with us and our city will prosper, and
in  the  very near future- will reach a
population that will less-n the burden
of taxation which is borne by the rate
payers of the present.    Actions    are?
greater than  words, and I hope New
Westminster will elect a council th,H
wlll  push   the  Interests  of    the    city
while the opportunity lasts."
rii-.-'
playing w.as uniformly poor. Neither
..- ! anj com dnal lon, nor was
the individual work up to much, ���with
the exception of Meyers at full-b.ac-.
and "Chui'g" Smith in ihe forward
line, both of whom were stars for th
college. T. Mahony refereed ! I ���
game.
Tlie 'liiiel w.el; I lle-e-. ma-.;- jj iri- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
dati set trir the final exams of the <"' ;llis electoral district. Hitherto,
fall term, i-ri tbe Christmas hi  Uj&. '   - ; ������'�� Ilf> a^e limit placed on
will hold from the close ot the exams    '      : '  desiring admission, an3 many
until January 7. ''   ' -   meD  'iave bet-n under the iru-
The intermediate association gain' pression that they could not join un-
betwen the Shamrocks and the col- til they had attained the age of twen-
lege which  Immediately  followed  the   ty-one.
junior event, was an excellent match1     It is probable that a motion will b-
between very  even sdes.   The Shaw    carried at   Tuesday's meeting provid-
tbe various subjects which wHTCS dis-
cussed, a large gathering is desired.
All Liberals in the city, wnether afflll-
ated with the association or other-
wise, are cordially invited to attend
and take part 1n tha discussions.
The election of officers for the coming year will be one of the items on
lhe pre .gram, while a new constitution will most likeiy be adopted, In
order that the local New Westminster
Liberals may be placed on the same
footing as the Vancouver supporters
��� the party. The constitution w s
ted at the Liberal provincial convention held in Vancouver on Oct. I,
2 and :!, an<l differ- lu some mincer
points from the constitution at present governing the local body. It consists of nineteen clauses, and is intended to replace the rules"goveinin?
��� ssociations throughout the prov-
nce,   the   intention   being  to have   a
uniform mode of procedure.
The officers of lhe local association
will in future consist of an honorary
��� . lent, president, three vice-presidents, secretary, tie;:- trer, and an ex-
rive composed of five members
who will act in conjunction with the
ee her officers.
One of the clauses provides fur the
.--iei:  to  the association  of men
IS years of age or upwards, providing
they he British subjects and residents
ot sport in this province, came U> the
decision after a lengthy discussion of
the subject that it would be advisable
to organize a British Columbia A. A.
Union. The following resolution wis
id opted by the meeting:
".Moved by Messrs. King and Shall
', -. that this meeting consider ll
advantageous to appoint a representative executive committee to go thoroughly into all details connected with
sport in British Columbia with a view
to, if possible, forming a o. C. A. A.
union.   To this emi the executive com-
t-tnies of  New   Wtstminster  from the
precincts of tbe council chamber?
At eleven o'clock this morning, Returning Officer W. A. Duncan will en-
| ter  the  council chamber    and   await
i nominations for the positions of mayor,   school    tn.stees    and    aldermen.
, Nomination   paj>ers    must  be  in  his
hand.-,   in   the   case    of     may er   nn.!
. school   trustees,   before noon, and   In
j the  case of    aldermen,    before   one
o'clock   this    aft* rm on.      Tho    elec-
! tions.   if   neoessary,   will     take  place
I one weeek  from today.
Mayor Keary will most probably be
re-elected by acclamation. A numb��-
of electors have during the past weei<
ieen working hard to induce a prom
inent  business man. an ex-mayor,  to
mittee shall report their deliberations| contest the mayoralty, but he has de-
TRA
ro ks, however, seem more at hom?.
on the tielel than the college, and got
down in business quickly, scoring two
goals within less than five minutes of
to the various clubs throughout, the
province, and at a date to be fixed' nave
thereafter (not later than NoVemiier,
1D0S., shall call a general meeting .ef
delegates from each club, who shai!
be empowered to act..''
Moved by Messrs. Henderson an.l
Ellis that a committee of seven be
now formed, as follows: F. R. McD.
Russell, <',. A. Smith, Dr. Davidson, .ri
E. King. W. Ellis. R. P. Woodward,
F.ev.  J.  S. Henderson.
Following were the delegates pres-
ent:
Vancouver island, Victoria and Xaa-
aimo A. F. U-���W. Ellis.
Mainland A. F. Iri���B. F. Armstrong
MoGill University���Dr. J. 0, Davidson.
Vancouver Rowing club���A.E. Kinr.
B rrard Cricket club���H. M. Hepburn.
Police -lutual Benefit association���
Mr.  McRae.
B,  C.  A.  F.  V.���D. McCallum.
Vancouver Rugby union���Mr. Patn.
son.
V. A. C���Mr. Francis, F. R. McD.
Russell,  Vri  P. Ogilvie.
New Westminster Lacrosse club���
Rev. J.  S.  Henderson,  J,  R.  Payne.
Columbian college. X. W��� H. Wat-
clined.     Advances   in  other   quarter
met with no better "success.
The  retiring    schoo]  trustees'" will
again submit to tiie dictates of the el-
I ector-,  while  Thomas  Turnbull    will
i also be a candidate.
Among the aspirants for aTatTminnic
e honors are E. J. Fade;',-, Marshall Sinclair. Ralph   Wilson and  Arthur  Ma
I lins.   The seven sitting rldenren will
also Vie in the field.
L WORKMEN  ACCEPT
SMALL  CUT   IN   WAGE3
ing for the amalgamation of the L!-
eral club and the Liberal association    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
and  that officers will be elected hav-   son-
ing full  control  of both departments       V.   M.   C.   A.    (Vancouver,  Victorii
the first kick-off.    But foi all th.e rest   R is the intention to appoint a room   and  Revelstoke)���G. A.  Smith.
of the half they were able    to place   committee  to look  after  the  club  in       Brockton Poiut A.C. and track team
the. ball only once in their opponents'   future, this committee to be compos-   ���Mr. Gowen, C. D. R>and, Mr. Shall-
net.    In  the second half, the College   ed mainly of the younger members of  cross.
rushed the play, keeping the ball for   the association. | ���    The  chair  was occupied by  F.   tt,
long  periods    in the region    of th
Sh.'imrocks' goal, and also keepin ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
their players there, which the men ;n the coming year, and will be placed on, and the motion was strongly" s c-
green took advantage of b.v twice on a more comfortable footing. Bet- onded by Instructor G. A. Smith, of
rushing down the field  with the pis-   ter rooms  will  be  secured,    and  the   the Y.  M. C. A., but the majority of
billiard tables moved from their pre>' those present were in .favor'dT stlck-
The social end of the LfSTfiB club ]MoD, Rsssell.    C. D. Rand moved in
will be more closelv looked  after in   favor of forming a B. C. Athletic un''-
Trail, Nov. 30.���The smelter   men's
union yesierday recorded its vote on
I the question of whether thi y    would
accept a cut of 25c per day in wages
I or close down the smelter. By a large
1 majority, the men followed Rossland's
| iead and decided to accept the pro-
I posed  cut.    The  result  is    generally
accepted with a strong fueling of re-
I lief and thankfulness as the prospect
! of the smelter being closed    for    six
months spelt Hue ruin to a liumb.r
' of citizens.
.'here was ;t heavy snowfall yester-
'. day of .about 5 inches. Weather is ver.-
- mild and snow is disappearing rapidlv
Rev.   D.   E.  Holt,  Superintendent  of
Baptist Missions in British Columbia
was a visitor in the city on Wednesday.
The smelter men's union has o\ ene.1
! up a co-operative store and    expects i
- to transact a large business, _, ^
TUNNEL   BEGUN   IN   1874 "*_y
UNDER   HUDSON   FINISHED
HOTEL DREAMT OF BV
GILLIES MAT BE BUILT
skin when the College goal was undefended and scoring. Nev rlneL.-"?
at last the sphere was shoved iu76*"the
for the College from one of the'scrira-
mages  in   front    of the    Shamrock-;
ent  quarters.    Books,  magazines  and
mi.
to the idea of forming an Amat-
papers will he provided for the mem-; eur Athletic union. Mr. Rand's mo-
bers, and everything possible will be; tion was consequently withdrawn anl
done to make the club rooms more the one moved by Mr. Shallcross was
posts by Houle. The last poinl of ths attractive and pleasant. During the adopted.
game was made by the Vancouver coming months, social evenings wi'l' Some of the opinions expressed
men after some fine combinaCClTrirffrlt   be given in the new club rooms by   were as follows:
eft  the limil score six To one in   the members of the association, while      The football nun do not want ary
of the Shamrocks.    Willlscroft   occasional debates will also form ^nrt! professional   football, but    their only
of the winter program.
Tacoma,
l [oughton,
iril iiiiiieii li
Dec.  i
designer
Impi rial
niter     which     Messrs.  Trim,   A
1 11, Colin Campbell and T, Has
tani made speech s;   Messrs.  Barba-
Wim h. Trm. Watson sang, an 1
I.ntnsdeii gave a piano selection, all
very  much enjoyed,
ers team���Barbaree, Clark, Her
rmgsiiaw, Lock  (captain), ; furnbull
Watson, Ambrose, Cunnln.--,
Liiinsd  ii   (linesman), T '
il '.'��� Inch  waj
Uo
l-"'Uiart
am, Craig
'���islam. W^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^
Westham   Island --Palmer, Guichon
��� ' r'm. i. Savage, Cosullck, George-
"'��� A- Trim, w. Savage, (ri Crawford,
"   Trim,  K. London.
I;""l"<\ Colin Campbell.
Dynamite   Exploded.
���''"""""'i. Dec, I.���A dynamite ex-
'""   at   ihe   cons!ruction  camp   of
'���;'""i  Trunk  Pacific  bridge    at
^l"1   Bar,  ten miles eas:,  tonight,
1 ' '��� Bell, a labori r.    Bell was in
:"< of thawing out dynamite anl
1 some cartridges on the floor.
1 !' ,:i'i" explosions follows? blow-
oui the sj,i��� nf ������, powd8r h0UBe
JJ  ,"'1 In half an hour.   This is t.e
'.', "l fataI accldenl to occur m the
"dee,
Vrchlti cl    K. w.
of  the  proposod
^^^^^^^^^^^ Biding, twenty-
four stories high, io be built in Tacoma, slated yesterelay that the Ta-
coma Subway Terminal compflEy has
been organized In connection with th-?
building enterprise for the purposa cf
handling all trains on all lines com-
i Ing Into the city limits of Tacoma. All
; of the lini's. it is planned, will b-e
I broughl to a union station immediately nortii and adjoining the Imperial
building, The arrangements for the
hotel proper will not be distui'lel,
bul there will he built ln addition a
six-story structure with two levels f.ir
the admission of trains, and several:
offlce floors.
Th<' proposed addition IB to cost $",-'
000,000. Tbe hotel building will cost
an additional $6,000,000. Arcnltect
Houghton states that the mofify for
the vast enterprise is practically all
arranged for, and that excavation for
the site at Sixth and C streets will b?
starlnl early in thc coming year. During the present month the drawings
for the steel work will be made. Lt is
roughly estimated that the building
will require 40,000 tons nf steel, anl
A. P, Gillies, one of the Seattle promoters, will leave this city tomorrow
evening for Pittsburg to arrange
nbout the placing of the order.
ana i
:'i\nr ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
did the fine playing for the Coll gc
around iheir goal, while Watson play-
e i equally well on tbe attack The
Shamrock men lined up as follows:'
Coal, Jones; full-backs, Brfice an.l
Balfour; half-backs, Whittle,-Oerrldge
and Dowdall; forwards. White St v
oey, Cunningham, Smith and Cook,
The College team was: Coal, Fleming; full-hacks, Williscrott and
Teagiio; half-backs, Nixon, Jones an?
Prof. Bouck; forwards, Mowat, Houle,
Fuller, A. Smith and C. Watson. The
referee was Frank McCall, of the
Vancouver Thistles.
On the coming Saturday, Columbian
college has a junior game with the
Shamrocks at home, and a game at
Vancouver with the iiiteruTecTTli'te Nn-
tlonals. A return Rugby match Is
also going to be 'arranged tor with
Vancouver before Christmas.
Visitors Won.
The Rugbj game at Queen's park
Saturday was won by the V. A. '.'.
from the New Westminster team by
six points to nil. Because of the two
i receding soccer matches on the same
field, the game was not stat ted till
after four, and no time was allowed
between halves, which handicapped
some of the New Westminster m"n,
who had played in the other football
games. Vancouver made its scores
by two unconverted trys, one in each
.New York, Dec. 1,���Closely following the opening of the new tunnel under the East river to Brooklyn, in
January, will come the opening of the
railway tunnel under the Hudson to
Jersey City. The tunnel was" tsegun
in 1874, and the horthern tube was
not completed until 1904, several companies having failed to do the work.
Each tube is 1614 feet in diameter
and .".riii) teet long. Connections ..ave
; een made with the New York terminus and the public stations al Six'h
avenue and Thirty-third street, the
site  of the new  Pennsylvania station.
1 ditliciilty is as to whether they desire that a professions l in another
sport should he allowed to compete
as an  amateur in football.
With regard to visiting teams���pTi.
fesslonal teams���which desire ganvs	
in B. C., they wish to be allowed to
',!Crlckewrs  wTsh' professional crick- VuLlANlb ASHfcS  FALL
-,_^_^_^_^-^--^^^^���
eters to be allowed to compete with
amateurs witnout prejudicing the1
standing of these amateurs  in other
sports (as is the case under the laws
AND STARTLE ALASKANS
of the  Merylebone Cricket club).
The  lacrosse representatives    wera
E. Elliott, a carpenter by trade, and
reported to be well known in Vancouver, where he is building a ���number of houses, is face to face with a
serious   accusation   preferred   against
h|in by local employees of the c. l\
R.. who declare that the man on Saturday broke into a  box car standing
Nome, Alaska, Dec.  1.���Nome, anl
probably   the entire  Sewanf penins I-
non-committal as to their standing in   la'  "��� *��1'��"'1"1 in  * *��*��    ana the
half, the first by Dillabough and the ti1(,  matter until the  annual meeting   S1''11""1  tor miUs is covered    several
second    by    Stacey.      Watson,    well 0f the B. C. Lacrosse .association.      j iu'ches d^'l' with a tine gritty powder,
known as a Rugby player in Vancou-;     An  fre other representatives stood   which is bt'lieved t0 be volcanic "ash.
ver, who   is  attending    college  here,' i,v t]u,   definition  of    an amateur as
showed up well on the New Westmin- adopted by the C. A. A. u. and the A.
ster line up,    and Leamy  also made a. U��� I. e.. that a professional in one
some star plays.    While Rugby is yet, sport  is  a  professional    in all other
a novelty in this city, the game sho^'-J sports,  and  that amateurs    may  not
ed that only a little more practice is compete against him.
necessary to make the team superior
to the  Vancouver   men.
The cooks and waiters of the city
will  assemble  this  evening    for  the
The storm began eseverai days ago,
the dust blowing in from the ocean,
but at first little attention was paid
to the freak of nature, as it was expected that it would soon cease. Instead, however, the fall continued anl
after a day became so dense as to ser
iously interfere with outdoor pursuits,
A special meeting of the council of! Further,  the  air Is  so  full  of  asite's
th-> board of trade will Ite   hel<! th!s| that  breathing  Is   difficult,   and   the
evening at 8 o'clock  for the purpose; flne powder has sifted into houses ann
ef appointing a member to represent: business  places    to such    an  extent
near the depot, and was making free   ZTll^l <����?'wSt^'nTHoS t "TV" <T "TT,   ^ T\ ^ " '* thiCk ��" ^ "^ ^ ��n
...    _ " , to a local looks,  waiters  and Hoteli eJty  which will go to Victoria to In-:
with the contents when arrested. The) Employee*'  union.
everything in the way of goods and
more serious part is that he Is sail        ,    \        , Heretofore    the   tervlew   the   Provincial    government   household  furniture.      it is  believ-4
rhavHroken'Se se^lac* oVSe"  7Z^l^ oT^lnTl^ "? ? 2? ��! SP! C��nS,rUCt^ ^ m ��* ^ ^^ ****'*
door of tbe car, an offence which. It   ����** X aH tL New Wesimt' '     ^ ^ * ^ ^ ''^   ^ ^^
proved, is likely to entail TCV67S*5un-l sj
ishment on the party.
fer restaurant attendants the benefit
of a union.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^this coast and Sl-
offlce. A delegate will be appointed I ber'a have been in eruption, and
by the city council and another by the. that the ashy downpour is the
Bar association of this city. j result. PAGE  TWO
T17E DAILY NEWS.
I
N
monoay Dec
For the Sickroom
There is not a hospital in Canada
where Bovril is not used.
BOVRIL
Should be in every home as well as in every
hospital. It is not a fad for the rich. It is a
practical necessity where health stands for much.
Order a bottle front your Grocer!
FIRST E,\THY RECEIVED
roH long yvf.iii..nis hale
By Royal
Warrent
Purveyors to
The   King
X.-u   York, Nov. 2..���The tirst del
Inlte  einry   for  the-  automo ;i ���   race
from  New   York  to  Pails,  which  w.ii
-   held under tne dir ��ti n of I-e M.i-j
Mn. the Paris newspaper, comes f.om
an American.   He i.> C. II. Tankman,
of the Automobile club    of Am- i
pe will eirhe a 25-horse power .a.'
and is enthusiastic over the' plans for j
'I.-- race.
The route for the proposed race Is
from New York across the continent
to the Pacific coast, through Alaska,
across Hiring strait, through Siberia
and Russia, and thence through Germany anl Frame to Paris. A number of foreigners have declared that,
the\ will probably enter the race, but'
no formal entrv has heen made,
Condensed
Advertisements
F,e;,   -',:.,     !���: uf0l    PR '
new  io ��� ;i ���    easl.
must  se-li     A I Iress M, C. M . New -
I.lie
T^e ; SALE���2 STORIED HOI SE,
Jl on corner lot, I nan in stn<".
Ten rooms bath, furnace, stone f un-
dation.   Price $5,500.   Apply Z., P, 0
Box ������'
FOUND- -OLD BRINDLE COW. IK
not called for in two weeeks, will
sell tee defray expenses. \ Mackvay,
Burnab}  Lake.
FOR  SALE.���ONIO  FUNK   &   WAO-
nalls Standard  I >ctionary    Sub-
scri;eii.e;i edition Apply.  Dally   N wa.
OST    HEAVY PLAIN GOLD KIN
name   Inside.     Reward  at  th'
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i They are Perfectly Waterproof t
Yof TAKK ND CHANCES WITH THE "DICK BOOT." w
ovei   Ifl    .-ear.-iii. nan:'..!' DICK has been a hoeis*-!;..; i vvorJ   *
bi the Old i.i.      : e: Waterpr i if    !:. ots      riii,.;:    special    | i --  ^
ren li n     n her pi rfe tl;   and    ;  ,   - be- ���
es ��� ���    . ��� ���; lallties.
���' ���   ���   eclallj   rei imi ������. I f ir thi   wel weathei.
# Prices���Ladies, from  $2 75  to $4.C0. Youths. $2.00 J
* Gents, from $3.CO to 55.00. Coys. $2.75.
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JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
eral housework for month, or
washing clothes by the day, v ply to
S. -M ttsuraura, P. O. Box - "'���  c I
WANTED-   POSITION    \.-'   SALES
lady,  or  as  nurse  for  Invall I
\ t this offlci
r \.\TED    A  NUMBER OF  !��� IRS I
i la       iborei s,    Appl)
lev, .-it ri .v  Bui .
| The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St. j
4> I.   STEWART,   Proprietor -
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T ANTED    BY       YOI N'O      LADY
e'. i;: and  bo    I, convenient '
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Offlce    r 1.  l��.
G.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  29!
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL    DEALERS IX
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile. Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed.
Mantel, and F.re Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick. Liverpool
Salt,   Forge Coal,  Common  Brrik   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Drowned In V, M. C. A. Tank.
Winnipeg, Nov, "'��� ���A peculiar fi
talitj occurred in the Y.M.tiA. building yesterday n.lfcrnorn when A. I!
Jones was drowned in the swimming
tank while trying to learn to swim
during the absence of attendant a.
.The body was discovered by a. member in bathing. Several persons had
touched some object lying tn the bottom of the tank during their after-
1.oon swim, but did not realize it w.is
;i dead body.
W
ae -��� offlce.    Apply K.. Box 693.
HiMEH PIGEONS FOR S M.ll    AP
ply    P.  O.   Box .". I",   N'ew  Westminster.
TT7ANTED    POSITION  AS   HOTEL
VV    Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good expel ii nce;   besl   of  ret', rences.    Apply
G., P. O. Box 693.
To RENT���ONE FURNISHED BE J
room,  near  Library,    Apply  2H1
Victoria  Btreet,
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t Evening Classes in  Commercial Branches
*w   �� *
Accident to G.  N.  R. ! T APANESE      BOY      ATTENDING
Nelson,  B. C, Nov   f'..���The Great, J   school wants work with good fam
Northern express from Spokane due to ny  in  return  for   roo nd   boa   .
reach here at 1:53 yesterday morning. Apply Box 545, city.
nut with an accident at Troup jun ���	
tion,  five  miles ������ s1   ol  here', at  -'l:2">
a.m., resulting in the sleeper'belng de  \\^#  |^J#    OfSDCf
railed and sulsequently burned.    Tho ^^
derailing was caused by a broken rail.
The car turned over and went down
the bank to the ink.- side,    ah tin? Surveyor
pass 11-'/rs and crew escaped without
B. C. Land
Will   be   held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
injury.     The   -le  pe
destroyed bv fire.
wa3 cotnpict'
Ellard  Block.   Ne-w  Westminster.  __. C
Z  W. J. SIPPRELL,
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Principal  X
The formal opening .if St. Vex- r's
cathedral, which has been closed for
some time owing to repairs, will take
place on Sunday, riee. s, when Bish ip
Dontenwlll will address the congregation. Th" Feast of the Immaculate
Conception will be celebrated on thi3
day.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor  Contractors
New  West minster branch P. O.
Box iiii.
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SPACE
from now till Christmas
It  will mean Money
for Both of us.
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I A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES!
|     WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!   j
f
Lawyer-CrooK Seriousty  lll�� | offii
New   Vork, Nov. "*����� Aluahain Hum-'	
mei, formerly a well known lawyer m|
the criminal and divorce courts here.
Is seriously ill in the city prla in,
1:1.1. kwell's isi md, to which he was
sentenced to serve .1 year's Imprisonment recently, afti r his conviction on
chargei of conspiracy III ctmnecti t)
with ' he Do Ige Morse divorcee proceedings,   Hummel, the prison authov   ���.,
it..-, said today, is suffering ti   ni kid    W   'V , A. . ���    ,,, Qlli
ni 3   trouble and a  e e il< h art, bul 9
report which gained cum ney that lv 4
was dying, wns el en led.
THIS   ELEOANT   LlBRARf INCLUDING   Iri.    \  , ���
HANDSOME   CASI   WILL  BB OrVEN BY VOTE ���
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESI   ' ��
Cl RING   THE   LARQE8T   NUMBER   OF   VOTES
LOWING   M riNNKU :
1 ... men bant        ted   below  n 111  give
1 h ti ne vi '������
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4 eposlted,
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Ived   the   lai      t 1
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library.
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U. S. Curtis will count the vol
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH    &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
(under new-  managemeni 1
���    Lionel    Hawe'S.     Photographer
4   ���	
J E.  RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting   Goods,  Gen.   Repairing
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THE   DAILY   NEWS  Pl-B   ri jl
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MOREY   &   CO
Books and  Station*-,
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate   Cr-- }
fections      Ice   Crean a
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W.  ___:.   PALE'S
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
lam the pioneer Kurnittire auei House Furnishings Dealer, Funea
Director .and Kmbalmer, and I will sell you an. thing iu my line ri-MW
and will give you better value than you can get in any other ;>1 ice]
In the city.   Try uie.
Wall   Papers in  endlea* variety.    Oilcloth from 25c  up.    China
Matting  from  15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c  up. Cut tain Stretchers, the  best  made, $2.25  per   set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and
prices.    Iron  Betts, white and tint ena...els     ..bO and up.    Pr*
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All Kinds nf job work and repairing done on shortest notice. RaftM*
able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving riri
I have Bold the block and am still doing business in  the same $-**\
and In the Baste old way. J
LADIES!
We have just received a shipment
very stylish
Dre��s  Skirts
Some very smart 01  s for evening wearal ��� th.e
'stancj l��\ ' Un- stre< t w< ar.
Cai] and let us shov. you.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Streel (
Rapid Easy
Grinders
th��**i
C ui be i .111 with eith r steam F "
horse 1 ower or windml
"unning grinders made
 .��� tlir*|
Straw  and   Feed  1 utters w
our   pulpers   iin
slicers �����
made  with  reversible knives,
reversing the handle.    All
and   ball  bearings.
ire
roll* I
r. J. TRAPP   & co-
Limited,1     JJ jONDAY
DEC
1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAlJE three
PICTURE
CIALS
] have secured a limited number of pictures by such famous artists as HARRISON FISHER, W. BALFOUR-KER,
And   oue     h     CHASDANA GIBSON, HOWARD CHANDLER CHRISTIE, Etc.,
specially Low Prices e5a!th! 30c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 60c, and 65c Each
Each has a matt  and glass, and ready to hang on the wall.     They make dainty Christmas presents
and will not last long at this price.    Get yours now.
Fl HAfklM CZ       Studio and Art Store
���       ^������       ���    ���'    *V-f\ I I ^ VJj 2(>t> Columbia Street
to* Trunk Ry A Word to the Wise
txcellenl Train Service Between
P jcago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
lontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
nil the' principal business centers of
tfARIO, QUEBEC and  tht- MARITIME PROVINCES.
��� t<. BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
[LADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tiro" Tables, etc., address
GEO.   W.  VA'jX.
���    ��� Gen'l I'u- '���".'��� e   and Ticket
L35 A lams St., Chicago, III.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
��� l e.n the'Famoua
.eli COAST LIMITED"
tric-lig hted train.   Low Rates.
. I !��� e. Excellent Service.
Jew York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
anjj all points east
e    al 9    lill     Bale       tee      .   ,
ll    Reduced    Rates    Round    Tr'i,
to   Southern   California.
I   _NG, General Agent
!       There's money in using a MONARCH RANGE, and
that is why there are so many in use in New Westminster.
Every one buying a range wants the best, and as a rule
they see all the different kinds and pick out the winner.
There's where we shine, as The Monarch is a Winner
Nine Times out of Ten.
BRYSON & SONS
Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.
Tel. 65
Bargains
In Crockery and Glassware
Big Cut Price Sale still on.
ADAMS~&~DEANS
The  City Grocery.
P. S.    Look in Window    Any Article for 25c.
I FOR SALE.....
��-���>:>*���� **���������������**������������������*
���
���
I
��� Dry  Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will   ��
Z deliver to any part of the city. X
C. WILLIAMS
st., Vancouver, b. c.    ��� Eighth ave. and Second St.
SEALED TENDERS address*.-.] to
the under signed, mni endorsed "Ten
der for Detention Building, Vlctorii,
B C," will be recwv*; at this otflca
until Monday, December 2, 1907, Inclusively, for the construction of a Detention Building at Victoria, li. C.
Plans and sj eclflcatlon can be -���
and tonus of tender obtained at thri
Di partmi nt and on application to Wil-
iin Henderson, Esq., Resident Archie   t, Victor) i. B. C
Pi i wns ti ie 1- i Ing ee:'' notifii el rii ;i
enders will not be considered unless
i   j< ien the   printed   form   supplieI
. !gae ! with    their   actual   slgn-
���   .
ICl       ll  III! ...   .    '        ���       ,.e ri)Ill|iailii- 1
in accepted i hi que on a charte i I
ma le    pa; i  le t6 the order   11
i '.<��� Minister of Pul
. ��� . i.: 'ee ���' ii pi :��� cent 110 p.c,
������ amount of the tender,    which
���   forfj ited if the p< rson tender-
li clini    Lo i ni- i'   Into a contracl
a calli !  upon to do so, or if he
to coi iph ti   i i '��� work contrai ti
II the :i'-e-!' ; ' e not accepted ti: i
: ii   -'��� Ul be returned,
'rile  Department d - - a I bind itsi i
ki   t or i ie;-- tender.
B    Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Seen tar;.
me :.i  i '   Pu die Works,
e   .... a; er 2,  L907.
rs will no be paid f> r this
I thej ln_>erl it without
the Depart ment.
opera=hoijse;
THURSDAY, DEC. 5, '07
FRAZEE     &    WADE
Present the Original Prdductlon,
lirect from a 26 week's run in Chi-'
?.iKO.
The  Latest  Musical  Rage
The Royal Chef
With ee  big   cast
CO people,  In.
. ; ng Wm. J. McCarthy, Oscar Rag-
land,   Herbert Carter,    Franklin Fox,
G< i    Porti r Smith,   Gi rtrude Hutchi -
Dorothy Rae,    Labelle Lanrette,
Dixi \  Lllli rd, and the famous
Broilers
60  People 60���40    Beautifu1    Girts 41
30 Song    Hits 30���20 Fun    Makers 20
A Scenic Marvel.
Si tl sale opens .Monday, D'cetnb r,
-'ii :.   i'ii ���-  J1.50, flu", 75c and me.
QOOKSLEY'S
^asta^ Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of New  Westminster and  dist -nt
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bcoksto-e     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
ta   Ldvertlse the town  we live ia  ly
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovr
friends.
The  Eye of the  Need!*.
TThen >C3irtsl snys in hi1* pormoeii
"that it is easier fur a camel to pass
through tin- eye of a needle than It Id
for a rich man to enter the kingdom
of heaven" he (Jeees not mean n sewing
ne<die. hut a bole through which a
camel bud to pass through in L-'-itlnt,'
Into a fortress, lt was the diatom lu
old times, and In pans of Arabia still
is. for tin- people ot a village t i build
a fortress against the robbers of tbe
desert, into which they canied an un-
derf_Toun<i passage In a zigzag form
barely large enough for a camel lying
down on Its side to work itself through
Into the courtyard of the fort, and the
Saviour beautifully compares thf struggles Of the animal to what the rich man
ir.nst suffe-r In order to gain paradise.
The hola was called "the eye of the
needle."
Iu the old sjone cabin, or walled
cities, in Ireland specimens of these
eyeholes may be seen. Most of them
have been partially destroyed, hut
there Is oue almost perfect at <_rkinan
Elleacli, In Donegal, and so like tbe
eastern eyeholes that oue would think
tbey were made- ley the same workmen
Tbe Irish annals relate tliat Elleach
was erected by a Tuneh de Daanan
chief 1.3(10 years before Christ.���Exchange.
The Magic Flat.
'"Ibis is our library," said Uie New
York woman, leading her visitor Into
the front room. "And that cozy little
room bade of it Is the music room.
The 'den' Is the big, bright room on
yofr left. Come over and see lt. Yes.
we have just live rooms in all. The
small back ballroom we use as a packing and storage closet    Isn't it cozy?"
'"Yes." agreed her visitor doubtful
ly, "lent where do you sleep and eat.
and all that'."
"Oh." said the New Yorker indifTer
eutly. "my husband and 1 sleep in tbe
'den' en th.- oriental couch, ami mother
sleeps in tin' music room on anotbol
couch that pulls out at night. We eat
on that funny littla table In the library. You've nee idea how big it can he
made wheu 'eln- leaves are in. And
we dress in the bathroom and keep our
clothes in Lhe packing room. So, yon
see, it's all verj- convenient."
"What do yon do ln the kitchen?" inquired the other laconically.
"Oh, we keep the dogs lu there Et
nigtita ami in tlie daytime we sometimes use it���to cook In."��� N*w York
Press.
Hid   Her   DiiiibtK.
Mamma���You should he polite, dear,
ond oSfer to share your candy srith
papa. Little Margie^ would, mamma, If I was sure he'd 1 e polite and refuse It.���Cblcag e News.
Facetious.
Customer���Have you anything that It-
good for falling hair? Facetious Clerk
���How would a wastebasket do?
,\. ;i i h \ui/n>\,
Portland. Ore.
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T< i SEND YOU OVER
NORTHWESTERN LINE"
���   ins  I Iverv I 'ay in the Ye.u
BETWEEN
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and Chicago
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the newest    and best ideas
I | 'Ml <>KT,   CONVENIENCE !
. ri \ l 'K Y.      It   is   lighted   with !
electricity   anil   gas;   the   most j
mntly    illuminated    train    in    thej
Id.     The   equipment   consists   of ���
ivate   compartment   cars,   standard
n   sleepers,   luxurious   dining
fcr, reclining  'hair cars  (scats  free), |
iodern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-;
'���"> and smoking cars.
I  ��� ie   Tables,   Folders,  cr  any j
; :   i m ition   call   on   or   write ���
t;. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
econd Avenue. Seattle. Wash
'Phone 333  X
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Ladiun Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
B. C. Mills,
rading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturcrs and Dealers in All Kinds ot
I umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
ILY  TRANSCONTINENTAL
TRAIN
With through   Diner,  Sleeper and
Tourist
1:13  p.  in., and  maki a
I Kootenay  points, also
J i I Chb Rgo.   For rates and
a| ply  iei
ED, GOULET,
Agent, \'e w Westminster
f J. COYLE,
''������ nl, Pass. Act, Vancouver
"The Milwaukee"
fThe Pion'��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
trains   in   the   service   on   anv
f     ��� ���''  in  the  world  that   equal  in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil
"   &  St.  Paul  Railway.     They
'  operate  their  own   sleeping
; ���' '������irs on all] their trains and
'        ''''""  patrons  an   excellence  of
[       " "' i  obtainable elsewhere.
L tu   ,!' S' RlJ'lVF- General Agent.
f W TWrd St., cor Alder. Portland, Or,
m*mkm*>3 \J LLETIN
Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4.35'p. m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low e st-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. e can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
We sold a lot of Shoes last week and everybody
got extra good values too. We intend selling a
greater quantity next week.y In order to clo this we
are cutting the prices still lower ancl those who resisted buying last week, can't afford.to do so now, as
the goods we are offering and at the prices they are
marked, will certainly make shrewd buyers put in
their supply of Footwear, whether they are needing
themfjust now or not.
Remember We Intend Moving Into
Our New Store
In the big Dominion Trust Block, on January 1,
and we are determined to clear out the greater
portion of our present stock as we have an entire
New Stock ordered for our New Store.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
P,,one  194, NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
w   \  iri.ri.-5, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, Wash
5EfiHE2S2E
THE RELIABLE
SHOE MAN
Ji
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THE DAILY NEwS
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offi'.-     ��� .1.:,' ��� ol   Bixtb an I   '
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CITY ELECTIONS
E.  A.  Pi
.Managing   Director
.... 2      r'"l
dered h   tUa tlm�� wil]   e even b
���   ..e-i-ii    i-i     ei- .--lithe     ii 	
place t --i.e       N'OTICE la hen       -      . I ��� ���
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���������'���'���- and ������   - at the Ci     ba .. on
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MONDAY.  DEC.   2.   1907.
PUBLIC   OWNERSHIP
The Montreal Btar la a little bll lib ������
a man loi t in the w< ods in These days
We have, aeccording tothe   evldenca
0] detor,     i e29. iOO ($)  i'-i-
sona for Baying tbal it m -  i   io   Con-
Bervative In 1904, I ut it   ��s lost Itt
fall:i ::i the   gi md "������' I ���".���   ���"��� i ap
pears to be looking  like Noah's doi
fur a dry Bpol to real on.   So al li a
it would Begem to I e tali to Ibf    :    m
i be ''im  i'i some of Its iea al  ul e
��� \    -.      it   wants   public ow m i ship,
but ii b ti  lost ie.- faith In the   iu die
It  rei that  publ     ownership
go ven    '"it
c ill
been bv< r benl    >�� ee   I     hi
menl   ig   of s    -    ��� (
���    e strait t 2b to tha
mai lng   of   tbe   natioi        v.11   will
��(sh blm man    l ret irns ol I
Signs Pairiced
Anywhere
Mond?y, the 2nd tiay o: December,
.������!-���   ol eh ' ting    .i .'���!
School Trustee.
���'   12 o'cl <:k no>
! e     for thi ��� ��� .
person    i    Udi Id yea;
The   lod iation he us
. illows: l. . sh Wl : ���  . ���
��� i  a writing; th   writln
i set Ibed by twi ���      a
Dd -'  o . i -   ������ I be duly quali
fied ��� : ind n     ents in th   cil!
NOTICE. ��� Roj i]  Cltj   Sign   Wor
''��� ���  removed  ;    Fourth Street, city,  and such nomination iball c
Lack of Guir.hon  Hotel.
JA8.  PENNINGTON  an I
ROBT.  RICHARDSON,
Proprietors
TURNBULL'S
BAKERY
4th ancl Columbia Sis.
In its bi
a        u the i        e   and
i B        i'e., 	
i. .   .. bl
losci (jurt freed
Bchnica.ll taa.il   ma
Lhe righl
'  e        i    ..hi ol     ���   '
whil
by virtue ol   peclal inti
die, and tli se i .' .   L> ai :      OWERAL MACHlNli \,\n r.M.t.v.
I bi       iply a wiiHh
'"    : '"'��� :   '" 0r   : '   '   '';'    '    ';    ' ' : SHIP 8MI1 Mia'.    tlKlJJUU
STRUCTURAL  IRON
All kinds of fancy pastry.
First class candies.  -Fresh
taffy. G. B. chocolates.
Bread 5c per loaf.
Westminster Iron Works
i.
which  ��� a     i'i-     . .  .-    ; ��� ed ���     i        Oman enta
quired the ownership. Vei  ii  la pla:.']  Fences, Gates,
and
WORK.
v. < i k    iiiCiadlnj
Mail
vited.
I inn
Fire i'.-' '.'���
������I..
.'���.'few   YV
BEGBia.
dtniinntpr
tha there ls -.-. wide dif-
;���'. ence i.ii I ie diffi i ince whlc i
coulI me- : dl to li ��� ' i mart i elte I
In the jira oul    of   the
scheme �� hi ri I be Sl tr favoi -. 01
course [here eei iiffli .'���; .-, and lang
ers, 'i ie ei la the bald t. of truisi
h :i' ie om talking of human plans;
i hi the Star's r me dy might turn out
to be worse Lhan I be dl ti e. As ..
II elf, ,1 e oni:.    slot   i which was
"  ... iie" owners pi ic -)  beyond tli
powei   of public oplnl n  and    public Two doors from
control, would be a    dan erou     too
lie-   i   the SI  ;���'   ���    ���      ;:.     i ndent
Commii slons should c i talnl;   c ea: ��� |
an our public utilltie -.    Thai  Is    th
only .'. ij in ��iei' b tie ] eople c in
cure anything    like    fair    treatment.
Competition in s^ch things !s against
ihe   i  ry iei:nre of   ��� hings,   and    In
vai'i.a ri.'   leads to  combination.    Government  control  la  the remedy;   bu!
when we hand our governments over
to thi   politicians to use fur party advancement, ii is plain that we canno!
trust them in serve the people   with
a single purpose in these matters of
first-rate Importance.
Tims we are driven to the Indepen-
eli-ni Commission. A body of men who
are given a security In tho tenure of
their offices like th tl of the judges,!
and then arc paid i nough to make
them contented In their i ositions, pro-
ably come* as near to ien ideal form
ii'' public control of public utilities as
we have yet achieved. The- weakness of this system is thai tbe Commissioners aro beyond the reach of
public opinion; bul we can ni v r ex
peel public opinion to govern effectively until ii is strong enough to as
Bert   itself  ill   the  poll.;. So  Ions     is
pariyism can master it. there, we can
not trust vital Issues to Its vigilance
pr strength."
orders and correspondence to
JOHN REIO,
H I'itt/K. I
IJ    <7l
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Geo.   Adams,   Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watches from $12.75 uji
Gentlemen's Sliver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,   double
i. e, $7.50 ipp.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
SVatches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, cre-.. etc.
Waten repairing; charges reason
ible.
$
lf you're^fter the
dollar,
dress
n well!
M-R. SWELL  D-RESSEH-
THE "DOLLAH ISA. GOOD
FHIE/fD.
tain  a statement ���
- m   nominated,  thai   le ���  consents     i
.   nomination.      The    nomin I   ���
��� ��� . s shall be delivered to tbi   R?-
��� urn nf   I ifflcer al  anj   time  betw een
-.i.,   date 'ei thi    n tlci     and   (ln
���.,   ��� ol  Mayor an I Si m ol  Ti u -
! 12 noon of ib    2nd day ol ri*- ei
a   (in the ca .     i men i I o   lo   i
Jii nt i
I on th
I     o f Deci
a. in..      ' ii i
ime day,       I lowing
���   ��� ' '':'
.
.
Of whl      ��� ..        erson ��� .        I
tee  lai.i    i ��� . elf a
Given       li Citj
New   ',.".;.���
ol    NOV ' 1..   ' .      ;
V\    A,  DUNCAN,
ning Offi
TENDERS
TENDERS will be received by tn ���
undersiegned up to MONDAY, the 9t.-.
day of December, A. D. 1907, for the
follow Ing;
l. All the Interesl of Emily Ferg i
son in Subdi. i. ton II or' Lo: 31, Sn >-
urban Block 6, City of Xew Wesl
Sti i'i
, 2. Lol I.', 30 an I 31 In Bloc. 22 I,
Subdi Isl ii of Lot No ri':. Group Om.
iri, Vancouver Dlstri t.
The highest or any tender not nec-
essarll / ace   .'��� i and all tend ns suh
ject to a    to. ri of a j': Ige of the supreme court.
For f irthi r   artle   I rs, apply to
C.  ri.  MAJOR,
i loluml la si'i^'t   New  Westminster, li. C.
English and American billiard Tables, Ecwling Alleys, etc- New ant
second - hand tables and supplies In
��� tock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone   A2698. P.   0.   Box   1185
Bowling Alley.  Pender St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent   for   .Messrs.   Samuel   May   &
Co.,  Toronto.
PRINTING
r printii       n   In
town bj  the local mo U  n
gr >.l" pi Inb i s���
Jackson & Morrison
LY NEWS  Ml
Notice
liberal Association
Get Established
���. ���
���
home now thai will oal a profli orf $."  on  }<:���������
. propoi -,. p,   New Hou e on Fifth '.
Two im. ��� ai b 66x3 ri'  feet   Vou cai
VII wi |2700 for tl
.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and 1;-
km r-vtz.'amr.ziK^-'rmiMPW.w-meismcjv.:
ting
The Annual Meeting of
the Xew Westminster Liberal Association will be held
in the  Liberal Club Rooms,
���on���
Tuesday Evening
December 3   1907,
For the Election of officers
and the transaction ���� other
important business-.
COAL! COA
New Wellington and Blacksmith's
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
I*. O.  Box   343 'Phone
OFFICE i FRONT STREET F0S7 OF OT, -  - NEW Km
J. Reid, Pres.
J. W. MacDonaW,
Se<
LAeND    REGISTRY   ACT.
NEW THIS WEEK
Combs and Brushes
At all Prices
Call m ana ha*2c yom- eyes tested free
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
POUNDKEEPER WANTED
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
>n & ft. Sheppard Ry. Cc
Red Mountain Ry,. Co..
TRUTH   VS.
IF yOU COME  TO US WE
WILL    SA\/E     VOU     DOL-
La-rs. "BECAUSE WE TUT
EATHA     DOLLARS   IJVTO
present ijorJ yoUTt   SUITS   WHEJ-I    WE
���ea   gave  Sii   Wilfrid   Laurie."uuy THEM A JV'I) yOU CET\
ie li ii Kir  trom Lord| _^jffj''KA      "DOLL A "R S    I JV ���
you-R   suit WHE/i/ you
nuy   IT   yROM   US.        TO
PARTISANSHIP.
Irthday present
Strath :on i    i no mor ���  In proportio1.
Lo hia abilltj to give than would be  i
,a. [rom t lousands of Sir
Wilfrid's admirers;   yei    :;������ ftlall and GET    DOLLAHS    IS   OJ*E
,   talks of n in ll  U>rd Stratli   WAy TO GET I RIE/* DS.
 iadef Zi TT m��tiVtnntg.n"     ALL   flS.OO   SUITS A-RE
in-   and -Sir Wilunl some corrupt In- ^
, ,��� in accepting. Thu is partU MOT 7 HE SAMEQUALITy
anship tho bitter, Bneering wum ������:* TAy VS ��20.OO FOU A
wliich seeks to sny something "nasty' SUIT OF CLOTHES AJVD
ibout an opponent;  and tn this casely^^    WILL     GET    S20.00
Applications for th" pos tion o*j
Poundkeeper ��ill ir" received by the!
undersigned up to ���"��� p. in of Monda)'.
December 2nd. next. Salary $G."> per.
mieiith. Duties to commence as sooni
a -���   - ipointme nt  made.
W. A.   DUNCAN,
City Cle rk.
City Hall, Nov.  26,   L907.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
land, Nelson a*d intermediate points-
connecting at Spokane with the Grepj opposite Couri House, \ ������'   ���'���
iiern  Pac iie and O. H.
'..������ Lots 22 and 27, BlacU Wri. (
ai   >;. w  \\'e   ; minster,
.1 certificate of indefeasible 'iii'.'
i..!*' above property w.lh lie -vmi-<L ;.      ��, ,        o c��   "i J i\    f
AOM�� Blackie, on the 31�� buy of D NelSOIl A It. ^epparfl f^. 10.
��� -ti:'.i ", 1901, mil ss in. tHfi ni"iiu'. m ���
a, valid objection thereto be-made to
in-" in writing by a person mpereons The only all rail route between all
f, iming an estate on Inter st iriv.'- points east, we�� and soutb 'o Ross-
!::.  or in any part ihereof.
G: 3.  -KEIiTH,
District Reglstran o�� '1 iti- .-
Land Registry oflloe, New Westm. _t-
��er,  li. ('.,  29th Xov.nnln��� ���.  1901.
The  person  or    persons Ua-Titag m Creek points,
ffialr custody or jrosaessiom tD_e ftaJlow-     Connects   n    Mey.ers     Falls
Sag Title Dee3a    relating do die said'stage f'lily Jor Ropuljiifi.,
property are requested to deltifcr tbel    Buffet   sr?,vice   on   taaint   betvin*n
i-wme to the undersigned
t5th December,-1862���Robert    Kerrl    rN"l:vr    >""'i-'.v.    ^���<:mn,.-i    -...,
co John Cooper; convoyaaicft ia Fee.
Martin  fi-  McQuarrl'e, soMclrors
for applicant, Trapp I So ft, v- v
PROFESSIONAL
W.
IRMAN BOLE, K. ���' HA*
rister an i Solli Itor Ch hi ���
si's, c._.n;_iliiiii Bank of m mi -
leiiiliiin*. New Vi  st :   ister, B. C
A.
.VHKAU.KK,
Heltor, etc
BARRLSTBR, ;-L
ri    '. S'r-ri
Northern, No
& N. Co.
Connects at. Rossland
adian   Pacific   Rnilway
hone 11
"������ith the rian-
mr   Boundary
with
w
HITESIDE   ��           ' -
t -is and 5011   ��� .    '������ Itt.
tbia    treel     N'ew v. i    tn "������
U'  j. \\ in-. a de  H . i ������:.!
Wesiii.itiso-i', r,  ri.
Spokane,  a'.iti   Nelson.
Effective     Sunday,     >
��90I,
Leeave Day Train
'>20 an. Spokane
1.2.25 p.m Rosslatod
u.40 a'm Nelsi a  .
M
Arrive
.7.15 p.m.
.4.10 p m.
6.43 p.m
R. .1   P,  HAM1    " - -
toi    if the    . .   ....   , e 1 .���'   ���
Can I'ii.n. Banl    if C      tv : ������
New  Westminsi Mon
Painily Trade a  Specialty.
Trl.   113. Office    Eigluh   JkieMt,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
the Ten-,  organ Is not held back evenj
by th* facl that Ldrd Strathcona. ue
loi-.- his acceptance of oflice put hlm
out of politics, was ;i Conservative.
Take the other style. The Montreal Witness, ,an independent paper,
which speakB Its mind regardless of
party, pays this tribute to Sir Wilfrid
as a great Canadian-^, man of whom
all right-minded Canadians are proud:
"Sir Wilfrid Laurier is sixty-six
years old today- The King",also is sixty-six. and both are at the height ot
their service, of their powers, and of
their popularity. Alexander attd B01-
;tyar'.�� have left names at wnich tho
world in their dav turned pale. Sir
Wilfrid has ronauered the world in '1
different fashion and will leave a
-name which in his own day has ev-j
ervwhere carried with it goodwill and
hone, to history, wh re it will not dl9,|
WO"RTH.
WE TiOM'T JUGGLE WITH
VRICES.
WE MAKE A VROFIT.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Tics 'Phone 18ft. Hiiro   ruout, jy,
Columbia St.
Baggage  dellverea     promptly   to  t.nj
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Off I :<>���Train   Depot
UDeBeck,
The Clothier.
Opposite Post Office.
New Westminster, B.C.
KICK
To ensure  perfect  delivery of
THE DAILY NEWS
at   your   home   every  mornltiR
by 6:30 o'clock
help us by registering your kick
nl this offlce.
IF  Tll 10   PAPER  IS   NOT   DELIVERED ANY  MORNING
telephone  or  call, and  we  will
st'e that the error is immediately rectified.
Cook's
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
H. A   '.U'KS(i\'
M
TAKK
The WLile
and Yukon
YOU   REQUIRE  A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Naxt door Hotel A star
VANCOUVER
n
013 :e
foi CONRAD, CARCROSS. A'J    IN
.VHITE    HORSE,    DAWSON    md
FAIRBANKS,    Daily trains  (excepl
' Sunday 1   carrying   passengers,   mail,
txpress    and    freight    connect    with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
naintaining a through winter service!
I'fii   information  apply  to
1    H    ROGERS,   Traffic   Managei
Vancouver    H   C.
FIRE ALARM  iriOXiOS.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Flifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferln.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's   avenue and   Sixth.
24��� ....rd avenue nnd Socond.
25���Firth  av"*j��ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columhia and McKenzie
36-C.P.R. station. J,cr
ARTLN    V. EART <S     I
���"   ���
.���.'..���
on and Lome
���   . ' '"'
ill Mart]]    [<
I.   M   e e
Martin
GEORGE I.. MARTIN,
Solicitor, Guichon
ci,. mni McKenzie Btreets       '  * "
mtnster, 11  0
w. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicit
and Notary Public, In practice slit*
1891 nt New v - itminster, B-C. ��
Bees removed to Curtis Bloe k. ClarK-
son street, opposite Couri Elo"**
P.0  Hox 169.   Telephone 64,
F. H A NSFORD,   Barrister'
Solicitor, ere, Crescent i>w '
Columbia     nml     MoW*
New Westminster, P (
j BOARD   OF TRADE.    N ��   WeStfflWj
ster Board of Trade    meets 1"
!     Hoard  Room, City Hall,'W~to"0*
W
1 corner
streets.
Socond  Wednesday of i'-n'h m
meetings on tri' t,,'('1
Quarterly
Wednesday     of     February
August and  November, .it s ���'���
Annual   meetings   on   t;"'
Wednesday    of     Februarl
members    may    be    propoM
elected at any monthly or 'l""'"'
meeting.    A. 10. White, St?c       ���'
nthe
���oni
MD'.
He
second
,\'i'*
iei  ^ DEC
-307
TTIE   DAILY   XEVTS.
r     PAGE FIVE
he Cash Stores
*ur Coat Sale
A GRAND SUCCESS
|(y ��70.75 for beauties worth $25
r its you read about in the catalogues can-
���ompare with them. They are actually worth
L es to see. The Coat Department has
Jj .i  everydaysir.ee the opening of the
[tCoatSale.   The cream of the stock goes on
low,   f course the quantity is limited,    i
$25.00class; others at $18.50, $20.00
i i are sure of a  bargain  if you c m ���.  I
���<*������<���������*������������������*���> �����������������������������������������������������   ���
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nother  Cut  In
Girls* Coats
s' Coats, 5 to 7 years,
��.7.95 f o#2.45
'Is' (oats, 8 to 12 years,
$1.75 to $3.25
Every garment would bring double the money
d, but the foreign manufacturer was ignorant
conditions, and   shipped  these goods tn
1 ;' 28th instead of August 15th,    We accepted
: and claimed   a heavy rebate.    If you still
I    'ats to buv, see Smith's,    fie will not keep
Tn over if he has tri sell at less than half cost.
can order one bv mail.
CITY NEWS
.
room
to the
c-U-Toh.
its, Dates I     A baza
Xmas the a Boys' league i---
t Wes morrow even
A nut | -...       :     '    ��� '   "' ���'
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���ri con-
'    .. Purpl    Sfegree on
.��� ! to the citj   yea
���on.
wai
at   thi Good i
&   Sons,
A ia etii       ���-.:..   Nes   ft". :   . r
��� k eguild was ...: l on S3 i
fternoon at thi I
L    .   ornbui       Manj   ai tides    ��ei e
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N '. ...
i Pa on   exhibition   ti
���   . lee ���' furniture Tbe \se<i
I wtth springs and
late .       i pi, ee ol Pur
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found the anim    - Ing em Librar,
- |ti ire, i ine a oob y. ��itii a ha'-
ter and bell ati m bed, �� bile the < t li r
is ;i red coated creature. Th 're at \
im brands on the   ovtnes.
Fee;- your  Xmas  Pudding  and
meat, freBh raisins, c it ranta and
nt  Kyle .<;��� Sons, Home ol   Plenty, 251.
Front Btrei :. **
Goi . ...-'. Lug ma le by ':������
I       in   Iron  V\
anj, of Toi     ��� - '. i     ��� .
...   ���    ;i.. ...    the construction n
tin.  ri        Don iven menl   dl  ���
; ei dredee    The d . ;s .- -
lng   ( iei' Str ;��� '���-' .       .'ii ri       of   sti el,  ts
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..   D icklln  saw mill    nd   the Lulu  I'
and   bridge      Mr   Q   -b      expi eta  I"
��� <   the dre ige n   I "H' hi i.
within three   n o form I h    | ".
��� nl   and re idj  '��� r use In  il oul >-':-'���
months    The machlncrj wlll be s'ji
ped from Toronto at an i arly dat
The regular monthly sitting eif th*
county couri will be held on Tuesday
next,  with   Hia Honor Judge  Howav
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO. I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE.
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS        ::     ::      ::      ::      ;:
James Allsbury, the young man who   presiding.
was Injured while working al the Bru-      \ claim for $1000 Insurance money
netle sawmill     on Friday afternoon,   againsl the Independent Order of Foresters,  made by   Mrs   E. P. Deyette,
*e Curtains clearing at 75 cents a  pair
Finer weather demands finer Hats.    Light grey
white   French felts   are in great    demand.
limed with ostrich plumes,  large birds, coques,
[yes, silk flowers, ribbons.   Regular $15.00 and
hats now selling for - -   $4.75 and $7.73
���J!l�������������������������������������� ���������������������� ����������������������������������������
T. M.   SMITH
and taken to the Royal Columbian
hospital, is gradually improving mil
is expected to be aboul again in .1
shorl lime, lir received a severe c I
mi llis head In tli" course' of his collision with some of the mill m i-
ohlnery,
Four lots i.;i Second s reet, $675
cash, White, Shiles & Co., 260 del
um ki s: . 'Phone s-''. **
The four cit) banks were open du ������
Ing the evening for the last time this
winter on Saturday, an trran_?ffment
li i. Ing hi en made s ime time ago
among the bank managers tn.it all
banks Bhould In future close at twelve
o'clot b on Saturdays. The upon at-
nighl regime maj e resTJlUBd in the
early  pari  of the  spring.
Salmon, 5 cent    per Un al  Kyi i a-
S en's. **
A si ecial feature 'if the bi rvice last
evening al Queen's Avenue Me bodlsi
ohuri b  was  the' enrollment   ol  rin. e
Japan. .- I   I OJ        lis   nie'iniii rs     of   thfi
church- They were brought under
the Influence of the Chr Btian religion
through tin' efforts <>f the conductors
of the Japaneeae mission at Sapperton, There were also ab'oufa el'izeii
white people, mosl of them reoent ar
rivals from Alberta, enrolled as members.
Wo are looking tor the Xmas trade
In  Bon  Bona and Crackers, and wil
have n beautiful display at the Westl
End Grocery. '*
Tn*' complimentary  banquet   which
whose husband died In this city a few
weeks ago, waa settled on Saturday
by the local officers of the order: Tha
n )8sary papers were only forwarded to Ottawa on Nov. 16 'mil the
check waa available for the widow on
Nov, 26, exactly ten days later. Thin
is cBnsidared exceptionally prompt
settlement, and is greatly to the cre I-
ii nf the I. 0. F  societj
AI derm .in M.ssinj.
i dmonton, 6ec. I The Issuing ol
n wa: rani for the arrest of a man lihe
Aid, ri B. Walker produci - n m isi
il impression He la t ha ������ I
with embezzlement of thi Funds ��� I tho
Que ��� ;i's Fire tnauram e - impany, an l
of Carruthers an I Bi idle; . gener 1
.mo., agenl i, Winnipeg, to an es
tenl of up'A tr! il ; 000 He la said
ta have lefl the city I wo �� ek - a .
bul li is nol been located up to the
pi bi ��� At the council board he
took b very prominent i art, and waa
freequentlj Bpoken ol ��� B m tyo altj
candidate.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
Choice Beef
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES Daily
Best of farmer's Pork
PACIFIC MEAT MARKET R- W^nemy & W. Anderson
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"THE   ROy-AL  CHEF."
Authors of musical i omedy alwa -
try their utmost to uot winnip or al
tractive dancing numbi rs. "The
Mother Ooose" number ln "The Royal
Chef" is probably the most popular
dancing number that bus ieen in any
musical comedy in many yours. Thoro
are ilxteen little girls who take part
In tills number, and they are dressed
BARGAINS!    BARGAINS!
Cottage,  6 "rooms,  new. lot   cleared   one-half :
block from ear, $1,250, one-third cash.
Cottage, 4 rooms, new, lot cleared, two blocks
5 from car, $1,000, mostly cash.
Cottage, 5 rooms, well finished, fenced in front j
I with wire fencing, $1,700, good terms.
5 roomed cottage, lot 132x140, cleared, $1,200, j
| $250 cash, balance $12 per month.
.;;��� Enquire at once
is teing prepared for the member* ol in black. re:l and green pantaloons,
the Queen's Avenue church eholrwlU with a black bolero, to represent
be tendered oo Thursday evoning next witches. The3e "Mother Goose" gir)3
in tlir lecture room ot tho churcti. Th>5' aa tliey ,are known, taking their hame.3
active members ot the congregation, from the title of the song, are famous
more particularly the ladies, are com- throughout the country, and are the
jilotlng the arrangements. The oan-. originals of that class of fancy dano
riitot, will be held between tho hoursj e,-s who enjoy the sounrnjnet of
of .seven and eight, and later a con-; "broilers." The "Mother Goose" num-
gregationJIl meeting will bo held In| ber never falls to get less than nine
the body of the church, when speech-! or fen encores at every portormanc��.
I McLEOD, MARK & CO.
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I The Farm Land Specialists,    -     New Westminster I
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The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
Xf
08 anl  musical selections wlll  be i'e 1 The date here
llvereil. | ber 5.
is Thursday, D(e>cem-
At KENNY'S Cafe
ADVERTISE       tK��
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
lf  You  WANT HELP. ] PAGE   SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONO
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DEC.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. A  PAYING  BUSINESS
Irlticn Columbia  C-,n   Lint
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
"There was a  f.-w years ag i,"  said
Major Dotchldes,        :e ..i. al   Badgw
Bock, m ont, who Joy< I in calling blm-
tett Wildcat  Bill, the llattlesnake of
Bend.er'1 Flat   Nol tbal that was bis
SKAGWAY. JUNEAU. PT. SIMPSON,   MIIJ(.. ���f course, or tbat .'. I nam.' mu
PRINCE RUPERT, Etc. Bill or even fl   lia that so far aa
S.S   Prmcess May. } know, be bad ever s*en s wildcat or
L<    ���    Van�� uvei m. on follow    would bare known a rattlesnake if be
.
Nov.
D<
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Vi< i   i :;i  i 1   ;..m.   .V '..  12
'.-    \ ie i'i ,a 11   ;..:ii. Nov. 25
:���;  l.v. Victoria li p-m. Dec.   v
Dec. 2,">
Jan. 8
Jan. -i
Feb. k
Feb. I'I
.i'i I... '. [ctoria 11 p.m.
:<: I... Victoria n p.m
2~': l.v. Victoria 11 p.m
.i Lv. Victoria 11 p.m.
ji. Lv. Victoria h p.m
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE.
S S    Princess   Victoria
Lea\i��  Vaoouver 1:30 p. in   daily;
.,-n at Victoria 6:30 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria l a. m. <laily;    <_r-
rives Van<couver s a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
6.S.   Princess  Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:3(5 a. m- daily ex-
cepl  Monday;    arrives St.-attle 2:30 p.
oi. daily except Monday.
Leaves Soattle 11:30 p. m. daily exec;.t Monday; arirves Victoria " a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R.   P    Rithet.
To Victoria:  Wednesday, Saturday,
7 a.m
From Victoria: Tuesday, Friday,
7 u m-
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
S S   Tees
Leaves Victoria ll p.m. 1 Ft anel llth
Of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of each
. b   for   Quatsino  anil   way   )>orts;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quat-
i- ;      Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leavos Vancouver 1:30  p-m. dally,
except Sunday.    Friday ami Saturday
le ves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Xanaimo at
7 a. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New   Westminster,  8  a.  m.
Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
LP RIVER.
Ranif.ie!! ���
From  N. W. Tu., Th., Sat 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri.. 7 ���; m
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S.  Transfer.
',.��� :-.-���   New   West iin ti
t Sundi       ' -      with
:        ei   nday ie'  b a.m.
Ste   ���   ton Mond i
ty,  Thursdaj
bad met one, and I am ��� ertain tln-re
was no such place ;���- Dender's Flat,
but this is what In- was pleaseed to call
himself. In poinl ���: fact bis name
was Ernest Wilberforce ir something
of tbat sort, and '-o came original!)
from Baldwlnsville, Conn., or some
such mild, wlldcatless ainl nonrattte
s:,.'ik<- neighborhood.
"llis finances became reduced, and
the time came when something bad t����
be tlouo. lie determined to take up
the vocation of desperado in a purely
commercial way
"Badger Itock was at thnt time s
���mail town engaged chiefly lu tba
business of transferrin;-' people from
tbe railroad station to tbe stages wbie-b
rati to certain gold and silver mines.
A great many eastern people, capitalists and so forth, passed through it
but few stayed In the place more than
a few hours
"One ilny, a balf hour before tbe
train from tbe eaat was due, tbe clerk
of tbe note! wns astonished to see till*
man onto.-, clad In must striking cowboy costume, wearing a belt with two
revolvers and a knife Id it ami carrying n heavy double barreled shotgun
With tlie barrels sawed off so that tbey
were not more than a toot long, making u weapon such us is sometimes af-
fected by desperate characters, treasure coach guards, deputy sheriffs or
other Individuals engaged in turning
tLeir bands against their fellow men.
"It is a piece nf ordnance wbicb is
supposed to be loaded with Inordinate
cbnrges of powi it nml Irregular slugs
ft lend. ;t makes an excellent com
(Kinion for one gentleman to wait
around the corner with for another
gentleman who has been telling about
town tliat be (tbe first gentleman) Is a
liar.
"To tbe surprised Inquiries of tbe
cotol orirk Wilberforce explained that
be was now UTldert Bill, tho Rattle-
mnUe of Bender's Flat and that all he
ftst-ie,; wag the simple privilege nf waiting leohiiiei the halt open ilneir nf tho
oflice foi Pete Smith of Pntchen's
raneb. The clerk bad uever beard of
inr of these names le.-fe.i-e-. but as
there waa no ru!.. against It I e as
���ien ted,
"it wns not l.'.jg before the train nr
rived, and nn elderly and correct  ap
;���    " ng  man  allgl te I  mi-:   i   .etc  uu
way toward Mi" hoti I    [Ie ".'as, in fact
a prominent Boston        ti lisl  and this
daily  ex-   was bis first I   p to the s imewl   t ex-
���  ml   te; sive region v esl <; the i 'onneel cut
rie ��� r.    As be ' i tered tbi   d ior of ths
���;        ,,      hotel his eye ca t   - tb ��� muzzle .
ie'  7 'i. in
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N C R 1 .
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;RN  ES.
. ddi ion I I
shotgun, with Its two cavernous -    I -,
I apparently   about   ���:.������   size   of   sewer
C. HOUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
'rii '"iia 11 p.m., I0: ; nd
fron     'e.i"..-.    ;. ��� . ju., 2nd
end   lrih  of  each   month,  calling  at   to the clerk ind whispere
'Who���who      tbat mai .'���
;��� which i'" 'ic ��� l tin '.\-b. beyond
the " Ige of the epei door \ -.' nice
behind show>3d a most rderous Indl
vidua!, breathing -:���.��� rt , ���.; y ith hlf
_;;._.���.:��� moving nervous - both ttia
.:''-_..   Tin. Boston ie,:;., stepped qulcklj
'  -.ite on fir.st. trip arel Bella Coola
- < iri trip.
FriVERS   INLET,  VAN  ANDA.  LUND.
ETC.
S.  S. Queen City.
r ��� ea Victoi .ee - ;.. in. every '!  ���   la
'ri ncouver 9  a.  i i. every  Wed-
ae   ' Returning arrives at Van-
ci i.e.  Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
bb ..''.       morning.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
��� s Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.;
' tnaimo '. p.m.
.- -  ri tnaimo Saturday 2 p.
i        ���     Victoria  '.i  ie.  m.
tu
rn
For   reservations   and   information
���"���    '   '      ;ia' '
(���Ji  QOULET,
Vgent, :'<-w Westminster.
).. .1. COYLE
/ ���' t. ri:i. Pass   \genl   Vancouver.
I. vv. TROUP,
- i. . i ntandent, \ ic; h [a
Trains
& Steamers
i' P.R     il UN   MNI
.e , \,.���      iii   ��� :.;;:.
'    :     17:20,  1'-: I I.
1 rive    New    Westminster    lee::.',
.  II :30,  ! -::������,  19:35,
��� i.e rland    express    arrlvi s    ri': rii
li   .���     ir.il.",.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 1.85 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.   Noising youth from Louisville, who sat
'" 'Tint's Wildcat Bill, the Rattle
snake of Bender's Flat' answered the?
clerk.
" 'What���what is he doing?'
'"Waiting for Pete Smith of Pat<m
en's ranch.' replied the clerk.
'"WJ-will in.' shoot hlm?'
"'lie will blow him .:.'i pieces unless Pete shoots tirst.'
"'Is tbe ���the gentleman expected
���oon?' went on tlie man trom the Hub
" 'Pete- comes iu at 2:45 for a drink'
"The vriitor consulted bis watch and
found !t was 2:30.
������ 'Is there no way to stop such a tor
rible thlngP he Inquired earnestly.
'": ii" clerk shook liis bead. 'Xo,' lir
replied. 'Bill basshot twenty-two men.
and, yon see, lie's got a three cornered
Me in I,. - ie outh ied".- tee till- the twen
ty-tblrd notch in bis six ��� ri -.. ��� t < -��� i ��� after
be gel' through with E'ete. lini.' add
r ; the clerk co ifldent I v. perhap '
could I'O hired to | te the opera
tion fnr a few hour--. *- iy till after yoS
l.i'.- I-  lefl   feel4   iie.'  1..     ������
��� 'i'ii,    Up.* Imi   iif   ',' ..at   t i        '
the Rattlesnake ced nol to shool
Pete till a ter C o'i I ; k, aud the !'. ���!
ton man again drew a full breath,
"Naturally so ea . i ���! rapid a way
jf making money ca . I not be left un
. ated, and Wildcat Bill became a
regular thing behind the hotel linear at
���: i time. He divided profits with tiir
ric-rk, and tbey did a thriving bus ness
flis terms for consenting to postpone
temporarily the awful slaughter of hlr
snemy varied from $5 to $50, accord-
log to the means nr terror of the sub
Ject. only one attempt proved a total
failure.  This uns m the '-nse of a roi
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REMINDER
���tt^s_wx__��.. ^tasi
THAT
Johnston's Big Shoe House
Will Be a Leading Feature for
THIS WEEK
Here's an opportunity to save Dollars by buying Shoes. Money
saved is worth as much as money earned, and if we sell you Shoes
for much less than they are worth, it must mean Money Saved for
You. We are giving some great money saving bargains���Its the
season of the year when we make almost any sacrifice to close out
our Shoes���It pays us better to do this than to carry them over
to next season.
See the Great Shoe Display in
Our Windows
Every pair marked plainly with the regular, together with the
Sale Price.   At the prices we are quoting ycu cannot help but buy.
Shoes for Everybody
ouse, Ltd
|w   Sign of the Big Electric Bool
''-��
New Westminster
5CC7J3
p.m.
V.,  \V.  & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. in. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 n.m.. nnd 4 p.m.
(i. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 p.m.
Leave Guichon 6 a. in, arrive New
Now Westminster 8:30 a. m.
aiiemiii.vs, Wednesdays and Fridays.
B. C.  ELECTRIC��� VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
and 8 a. in., nnd every half hour therr-
nfter till 11 p. in.
down line] announced that he was go
tn>; tei wnit and i-i-i- the fun. lln \vs_i
finally tired oui by the Inexplicable
failure <>( Pete Smith to arrive,
"The game was kept up several yours
��o<3 won id perhaps have been still ixo-
Ing on had it uot boon for un unfortu
nnte' accident. One day a man cam*
hite) tlie offlce with a blnek ebony cane.
Kefivinj; n valise In either ham., ho vrns
Mrrylng this cane in a horizontal position under his arm, When tlie ond of
It poked around the door Wildcat Mill,
the Rattlesnake of Bender's Flat; mlM-
took it tor tin' muzzle cf aouiu nort of
:.v. Vancouver ror Westminster at   ��W)pon,_uttered an agonized ��y. dra
neb his own gun, leaped throuprh ���
window nnd ran n half unite for safety. It unnerved him to Buch nn extent
Hint .eo never returned to his profee-
'llofl and finally dr-ipped out of Bbrht"
Mail Service
same houro.
ADVERTISE IN IHf  NEWS
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 8:35
a, m.i close 8 a, m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon.
daily. (
Millside  No,   1,   dally   except  Sunday;   Sapperton  No.  l,  daily  excepl
Sunday.   Mails Received al 6:35 p.m.
Dispatched by B. C, Electric railwaj
Co., 7:4.". a.  in.:
Vancouver, No.  l, dailyexcepl Sun
lays.   Return mall received 9 a. m,
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m.
Cloverdale,    Nleomekl, Port Kelh,
:a , imere,  Hall's   Prai ie,    Bon  Ac-
) or' .    and Seattle (all  points
in Washington nnd south, also all
points in eastern states), daily excepl  Sunday,    Return mails received
al .ri'ii1 p, in.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
10:30 n. in.:
Vancouver No. _!;  Victoria, No. 1;
Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday.
Return mai] received at li p, m.
DlBpatched ley carrier, iri:: p, m.:
Easl  B irnahy, daily excepl Sunday
Return mails received at 1:10 p. m,
Dispatched by carrier 12*00 m on:
TImberland, Tuesdays and FriU:';
Tu
es taj s
and
i Return mails  received
; Fridays,
Dispatched by C. P, It. .boat 1:30 p.m.
daily  (closes daily at  the' same
time during winter months:
Ladner,    Wosilinm     [Bland,    Port
Guichon,   Steveston,   Sunbury.   drily
except Sunday.   Return mails reci ived  rrom 9 n. in. to  11  a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday.   Return mai] on Wednes lays and
S. iliij. lays.
Vancouver, No. ,'!; Victoria, No, '/.,
and Burnaby Lake; closes al 3 10 p
in.; daily execept Sunday, Return
n ri- re c Ived ni 6 a. m,
Burnaby lake, Return mail �����
2 p. rn.
Dispatched by g.n. Fyler, i p in,:
To  southern    poll
.lailri
Sunday.   Return mail " ''��� *j
Dispatcher by C.P^ ir;li"st
in., mall closes al -:;:0 p'"
N.
Calgary and Vancouver,
il
P. R. east, socoinl mi
reci Ived at i p. ni
Sapperton, No, l
Coquitlam, daily excep
tin
ill. B'"1!
\l NsIdeSi 'i
n mall received al ' P-
tr      ADVERTI9E
��� IN -
THE      DA
l y
If You've LOST Any'
c W!l
iiiii*
Mi DEC   I
.907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE SEVEN
[ND REGISTRY ACT
I).
ipplication has
:ii Tays as
.    inder a Tax
I laher to Joeepb
.    L6th day of No-
ail and BlngU
01 tracl of lanl
lng and being
.,  .,   \\estinin.-,:o..
British Columbia.
.; |   own and di scrlb
..... ... subdivision of
I   ,       0|    1.1 are required
:aim of the tax pur-
I, .  ave  lays t'r.'jm the
publication of  this
oi ,. i���,���. Ise I snail reg-
I ,, Tayg ��� - owner thereof ln
direct thai, publi-
[ rot one month in
pu dialled al  New
... i and Bufficif
'
,   [ti gis ry Offii e,
.:.  ���   ol   i:  ll     ii
of Oct*   ���
!.   S    KEITH,
.   ���  Regist ii".
Is notice,
.     ���. 01 -il    .
.my In-
of any
e
eresl    ln    sai 1
noi
.e,;   on   of th'
\e    ' . hall be ton fei
i    from setting
.   espect of 1
I for taxi rovided
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CE   TO   CREDiTORL.
Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that   will  harm the
daintiest fabric.-; nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at 3
Five Cents a Bar
Timber Notices
that    Harriot
C, occupatioa
and forms of tender obtained at thl
to apply for a Bpecial   |,,
following de?
1.   TAKE    NOTICE
Ford, of Hammond, it
lady,   Intends
timfber license over tie
i rlbe i land -:
Commencln ;  al  a  post   planted  al
the north i i st corner of lot 235, south
east of Gilli's   Bay,   tlience   ,.,.-., GO
���   south    tee the shore,
thence wi ng the      ���      to lot
- ���'   thence easl and north alon [the
boundary   of  Lol  235, to thi    oinl
ent
i: rituirii : ' ud
N'o vi ���   1    1907,
until Wednesday, December 11, ri"
Inclusively, for the construction of
ei  Ladysmith, B. C.
YrlllMOfi    O'.**.-   I  f,,-,]:e-r   Tfl.t-i    J"ort_.
Time was. al the e irly : irtlet
and tli" early fifties ��� f the I ��� tni irj
thnt from the wilds of Morgan and
Brown counties hunters would brine
venison to market and -'-ll tt much
lower than ji irk wns sold ia iii.it day,
pork being preferred by the Hoosier
then to the red deer .it" the woods, it
was in that time tliat an entire wild
turkey, full grown, would sell at a
price far below the- present appraisement of a scrawny spring chicken, and
a dozen quail could be bought for less
money than It now tari-s to buy a
dozen links of sausage neither was
the ejiiail required to masquerade as
"short billed snipe." ��� Indianapolis
News.
P"
TAKE A LOOK AT   OUR
I
Smoking Jackets
AND
Dressing Gowns
Just the thing for Christmas Presents.
Public Buildii
Lining   K indue**.
My dog tried to bite me.   I liked thn
Plans and specifications cnn ' >��� seen   do*?, so I kicked him lovingly in the
Jaw.   lie- understood that argument.
2.   TAKE    N'OTICE    thai    iri.
���        I,       B,    ''.,    ee  a    []   atlOil
'       ��� i       .    ei-
Commencln inted  at
,   .   ,     .,      ection  22,
outh easl ol Gilli's   to aci
i '���      lil stand, thi ' ce   Bouth   s
��� a ���   SO  chain i,  thi nc ���
h _0 - iiains, thence ��tsl v' chains \
,   ������ . umen emen
li MMtri.i  FORD
N'i     i.. er  I,  I   '7
:
een,
of the  Estati   .
e ���    ol   ��� .     (':'
Brl ''
Ii
. .i   GIVEN  pur-
ised Statute    i   11 ri
iptei   :-:.    tha
hei -    having claims
-  te of  Uexander Ewen,
i about th" 8th day of
red on i>v befo
��� :    ;     ember, 1907, io
;. or di liver to the
i Ihrlst .an and i i
..   and    descriptions;
n - or their claims, du-
e   statemi nl of their ac-
��� ie n iture of the Bet urity,
aelll.   and
;: TAKE NOTICE th U  af-
mentloni d date the ex-
���   n   Hendry   and    John   1!
rocee I to distribute the
���i--e ������ is. ,i anion?,' the par-
i thereto,  having    regar I
. . dms of which they Bhall
notice,  ami that  the  said
will not be liable    for tho
b or any part thereof to anv
ins of whose rlaims no-
ii'it have been received b.v
-   emc ()f such distribution.
CD .-   New Westminster,  this
(ol November, 1907.
MARTIN  &  McQUARRIE,
iltors    for    John   Hendry and
i:  Jardine, executors of the
lOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
TAKE   NOTICE thai     Harriet
Ford   .e:   I;   ant ud, ie C, occupal   m
ud     '       a- for  a  speck1.]
���.in    :   i    in   ���   ovei he    following
1 '    .'iis:
i lomi lencing i po      . lanl ed a:.
e e, nei ol   Seel:< ;i  --'
...:���    I
I , . ��� . I    i-i. ill I,    ill   Ilea-    60
ch            iui li, theni -     ���.'. isl   to  th?
ihoi along    the
���           ���    o ti line ol Section ri'. :
them ��� '��� i oinl of i ommi n ���
tnent.
HARRIET FORD.
N ivem ier  1, 1907.
: tment and on application to the
I Postmaster ai Ladysmith, it. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tendi rs will not tfe considered unles i
made  on the  printed   form  supplied,
��� ie i    Igned   -riiii   their  actual  signa-
��� i ���
Each tender musl be aci omi anl' i
-.. iiii accepted cheque on a ch irti     1
bank, made payable    to tl  ier oi
tin   Honourable the  Minister   if Pub-
...     equal to ten ]      cent (10
p.  ci   '���:   thi   amouni   ol   the  ten li .'.
.....      fOI    '   Iti  ���     e
tendei Ing decline     i     iter into a con
���  calle I upon I e do so, or II
hi   fail to complete     ��� contracl
ed tor.    li ler he nol    ccepted
' in- i ;..   . ,���        '      ���    re      .e.i.
Tiie. li..        aent does nol bind il elf
.. lowesi or  in;  I i ii
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Se c: ���������:. ���
Public Works,
(o'av. .. x >..-m er  L3,       7
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement i:' they inserl it wltn-
oul  authoritj  from the Department.
My grocer tried u> cheat me. I liked
the grocer. I did not kick bim In thp
Jaw, but I t'ril him lovingly that I
woul'l nol deal with him again. He
understood that argument.
My baby tried to slap me. I liked
the baby, i ut ! did n it kick her In tbe
Jnw or even cen - ��� to pi iy v il.. her
I kissed her' lo. I tly ou her cheek
Sho understood that trgument Ino*
per.:!;.:'
I
Come early ancl get the best selection
in the City.
Prices Right.
Styles up to date.
i
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
���FINEST   AND   FA��=TEST=
Double Screened Nut
Clean
Comfortable
n
EMPRESSES
���i
j
i. TAKE NOTICE thai Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B, C, occupatl i i
..... Intends to applj for a Bpeci el
tim er license over the following
described  lands:
Commencing al ;i post planted it
iii.. south-wesl corner of location No.
p, about four miles south-easterly
from Glllls bay, Ti xada is,and. thence
easl to location No. 8, thenoe south
lo Lot 235, thence wesl and south
along the boundary ol the said I��t 235
. the Bhore, tlience' westerly ami
northerly to the point of commencement.
I   VRRIET  FORD.
November  I,  1907,
18,000  (EMPRESS  OF  BRITAIN 114,500
H. Power t EMPRESS OK IRELAND I     TONS
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    FARE3
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now i.- the time to purchase your
tickets if you 'ire going to spend
Xmas al home.
Next   Empress   sails    Dec.  13th.
For other datees  and   partic ;. irs,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agen-.
.       ��� ���- -���__��� ���. , ��
ADVERTISE IN  THE DAILY NEWS
���I
No
Clogged
Stove-pipes
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
i
The Wardrobe Clothiei
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LARD
LARD
Fresh, Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
'i vr I'ki. of the Estate of
��� oal Whyte, Late of the city
Westminster,   liritish   Col-
���  eased.
'��� IS HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
.;��� .. ��� ei Statutes i r Brit
ia, Chapter  L87,    thai  all
;  .aii,.:.-,    having claims
���    ate of  the said  John
���.  . ho died on or abo.it
of i ie to] er,  1907, nre  iO-
fore the 30th day   tl
lo ai nd by post, prefer  in the  underslgne I,
- m and surnames, address-
1 ii iei mus;   the full partictt-
li claims duly verified-; the
;' of their account and tho na-
security, If an.v, held by
5. TAKK NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, nf Hammond, B. C, occupation
lady, intends to apply tor a special
timber license over the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted bi
the north-easl corner of Section 2',
about four miles south-easterly of
Gillis bay, Texada island, theuce 100
chains south, tlience -10 chains ea.it,
thenoe 160 cliains north, thence 40
chains  west  tei poin*, of   commeni ���
ment,
HARRIET FORD.
.November   1.  L907.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
^=���   Ike
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join the larjje number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
LARD
Afc Low Prices for Cash
20 pound Pail    $2.GO
10 pound Tin   $1.3:i
5 pound Tin    70
3  pound Tin    il
2 pound Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
Reichenbach Co.,
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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New Westminster Branch.
F. B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
HOUSES
I will sell you homes on good  terms  as follows:
2 five room cottages at $900 each
3 five room cottages, new, at     $1250 each
1 four room cottage at    $1200
What do you think ot a tot at $175; $25 cash, balance $10 per month,
near the car line?
���
6. TAKE NOTICE that Harriot
Ford, of H immon I, B, C, occupation
lady, intends to apply for a sp< cl tl
timber license over tha following
.. .      ed 1 ���-nl-.
Commencing at a posl planted u!
���i . ioutl ��� . . ' ��� rner of Section 7. lean,un m map aboul half a mile uorth
of Gillis bay, Texada Island, thence
, asl 80 chains, thence north 80 chain i,
them e wesl 80 chains, thence south
0 chains to i olnt of commencement.
HARRIET PORD.
November   I,   1907.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce l
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
ti.  E.   WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
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Real
Estate
Phone 307
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at tho following rates:
$:. and under .- ���.  2 centi
Over $5 and not exceed! <| $10  6 cents
Over $10 an i nol exceeding $30 10 cents
Over $30 and not exceeding $50 15 cents
These orders aro PAYABLE  AT PAR at any office    iu   Canada
of a
::I-K TAKE notice thai at-
'' last mentioned date the ex-
1 garel It. Why!.-, w 1! pro-
tribute the assets of ihe de-
among  the    parties    entitled
having regard only to the
: which she shall then have
;iI"> that the said executrix
1    be liable Un- the said assets
11 thereof to any person or|east to point o
I whose claims notice shall j
';""" received by her at tho
"���h distribution.
7. TAK.. NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, nf Hammond, B. (_'-, occupation
lady, Intends to imply for a special
timher license over the following described lamls:
Commencing at a post planted abotit
40 chains north of the south-east corner of Section fi, about a half mile
north of Gillis bay, thence SO chains
north, thence 80 chains west, thenoe
SO cbains south, thence 80 chains
commencement,
HARRIET FORD.
November 1, 1907,
���I. D. KENNEDY,
'  tor Margaret R. Whyte, ex*
tri* as aforesaid,
'' ',lh day    of    November,
PIT]
Sl': IN' THE DAILY NEWS
SEALED TENDERS addressed lo
tin' undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Ladysmith,
B. C," will  be received  at this offlce
Chartered   Bank   (Yukon   excepted),  and at the principal banking points in
ilu'  I'nito.l  States.
Negotiable at a  fixed rate at
THE CANADIAN  HANK  OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
Tbey form an excellent method of remitting  small  sums  of  money with
safety and at small cost
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
ERIA
FLOUR
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  in  London,   England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Oen
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cect. per annum (present rate) added
four timet a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00. jf'
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC IL   -       Q   D   3RYMNER, Manager.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS PAGE  EIGHT    _?
TEE  DAILY  NEWS.       -J
1
OFFICE
DIARIES
for
1908
i ���
���AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Coluirbia St.
Holiday Goods Arriving Daily
Gold Necklets and
Lockets
See <nir stock of above before purchasing. !
S<i!id Oold NECKLETS from $2.75
tc $77.00 each.
Solid Gold LOCKETS from $2.50 to ;
$55.00 each.
We also have Gold BRACELETS;
prices $6 50 to $75.00 each.
and    Gold    BROOCHES,    $1.50 t->
$110.00 each.
  i
W. C. Chamberiin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   you   50   per   cent
cn  a  SAFE  or CASH   REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO. i
Vancouver, B- C-
510 Richaids St., I'hone 2126
OF INTEREST
TO YOU!
it will bo to your interest to
wateh our adel. carefully for
the next few inor.;l_s. as we
.. ��� going te> kei . you ;>o>ti' I
<-n the verj best price-* for
the very besi goods.
Our New 'Xmas Fruits
are all in, nice and fresh.
Wo have bought the best,
anei are going to sej] ihem
ti tha very
lowest Possible
Prices
We have bought them right
and are going to give you
the benefit of our buy. We
want your business and lt
will be to your interest to
give it to us.
Call and s>eeoui' goods anl
get jerir.es before placing;
your order for Christmas
rooking.
CA. WELSH
The People's Grocer
There's   no reason   why   you
should buy "cheap" in.pou.xi Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more - - is   absolutely  pure ��� and
goes firther.    Get   WINDSOR.
193 VV
CATHOLIC SOCIETY
IS WELL ORGANIZED
Knights of Columbus Parade
Hundreds Strong���-Over
Sixty Members Initiated.
*���������������������������������������������������������>��������+*<
t Y OUR-
{ATTENTION!
IS CALLED TO
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��� ������   -'in l< of Toys and Fancy Cooda which wo have just tiuded to our t
��� Irea i,  complete stock of Fruits and Candies.   A visit to this <]��� nart- ���
��� ee'   >\i!i convince you that our prices aro right. *
Have you tried our home-made Candles?   if not, you are missin?
,'i treat,   See our Fancy Candv Boxes for XMAS.
C. A. McKILLOP,
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5
Phone 310. Columbia Street, next to Tram  office ���
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SUCCESSOR TO   R. C.  PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram  office
The city yesterday was in tbe
hands of the Knights of Columbus, ;>
Catholic fraternal organization which
was organizing a lodge in New Westminster, opening it with a in nibe."-
ship of over sixty. The ceremoni- a
in connection with the inauguration ot
the new members lasted tnroij&hout
the afternoon, ami were naturally of
a secret nature. St. Patricks hail
was the place selected for the mystic
ceremonies, which were conducted ueider the supervision of a ntimln-r ot
Grand Knights of the order, who had
come here for the purpose from Vancouver and a number of Bouthera
cities.
At. the morning ^ervlco at St. Peter's cathedral. His Lordship Hi
Dontonwill addresesed the visitors at
some length, dwelling particularly nn-
on the work which the ont' r was I
ing with regard to maintaining tie-
high standard of the Catholic roligi'm
in this continent.
During the evening, a banquet was
served in St. Patrick's hall, a lar?e
number of the members of the oi I
anl other supporters of the Catholic
religion sitting down to wel] loaded
tables.
After the covers had been remove .
spi ches wor.- in order, and for a coil-
plo nf hour- the htll resounded with
laughter or re-echoed wlffi ap'piau <���.
according to the moods of the various
speakers. In a flattering speerTi,
Grand Kniriii J. H. Cane, of Bellingham, thanked the members of Se. Pater's congregation for the Kind reception which the visitors had received, and -poko in the higlKsT'ternv ol
Mi,- raibeijle"' population of this rb; .
and eef Xow Westminster general! .
His sentiments were endorsed by T
J. Gorman, O. K., of Seattle ,and i
hosi  of other brilliant speakers.
: COSTELLO IS  PROMOTED
IN  G. N.  R   OFFICES
Seattle, Dec. 1.���Harry M. Adams,
a--i.--t.iiH traffic manager of the Greatl
Northern, with headquarters at Seat-
.. Bign< 1 yesti .-.lay to become gen-.
��� i eral  freight   an..' passenger  a"S&nl   ot
��� ���   Portland & Seattle railroad, wito
��� dquartera in Portland.     He   w U
���   Seattle Tuesday or Wednesday
for Portland to organize the traffle d��
partment of the north-bank road.
M. ,1. CostellO, formerly general iti-
lustrlal agenl of tbe Great Northern.
���������.i-h headquarters at St. Paul, win
succeed Adam- a- assistant traffic,
manager a- Seattle-. Costello has always been Indentified.with the n-afflc
department and is thoroughly familiar
with the duties of his new position.
He is now in Seafle.
A New Subdivision
Just what a good many people have been waiting for���
Mr. D. D. Bourke has just authorized us hi sell in lots a portion of hri
Twelfth Btreet property, bordering on Twelfth ��� street, Fifth avenue, Thir-
���'   ath  street, .and  a  lane.
The property is ail cleared, fenced, graded and in grass, and command:;
a charming view of the Delta and North Arm.
Heretofore this property could only be- purchased as a who:.', but now
separate iots can be had at prices iusUfled ley local conditions, ami upon
easy terms.
Plan of subdivision at our office.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
riri:.
You Should See the-
LIVERPOOL  TO   EDMONTON   IN   ri
DAYS.
"To the editor of tri- "Oveisei Dal
I Mail" Sir,���I attach a cutting from
a local ;:i|er concerning some- birds
which we lied shipped out here the
oth' r day. Surely this achievement
will require some- beating."
Yours Faithfully,
Knowles Bros.
Rdmonton,  Alberta, Canada.
"Tn transfer goods from Livi rpoo',
England, to Edmonton, Alberta, ia H
days, is the record of the Dominion
Express, in connection with a consignment of 5 Indian Game fowls, ordered
by Knowles Bros, Edmonton. Thev
were shipped in Liverpool on Sept. 20.
and arived her.' on Oct. I. leafing a
letter, posted on the' same day, whic'i
did noi net here till th<- following day.
The express goods came over ; y the
"Empress of Ireland" via Montreal,
and the letter by the "Lusitania" via
New York. Hoth steamers left thf
same day.
I
M0NDAy
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UMBRELLA'
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the dampness out of
the house. The
weather may not ho
actually cola, but the
moisture will work in.
A small fire in an
AIR TIGHT STOVE
will remedy it.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia    St.,      New   Westm,n-
ster,   B    C.
Mens Women's &
Children's
Your Umbrella want may come any
day. You may lose your present umbrella; you may ie In search of a
suitable Xmas gift, and In our showing of new styles you will find the
nicest  choice wo    have    ever Bhown,
We have made purchases of a Iai%6
number of Fancy Oold and Silver hian-
elles, with space for engraving name
or Initials.
WOMEN'S   l'MBKELLAS, with Sterling Silver or Gold      ...j
space foi- engraving, pure sill; or gloria covers   each !'ri.|J
WOMEN'S  UMBRELLAS,  with handles of horn, natural wood,!
and novel shapes of various materials.gloria covi ���    ,;eb lsl
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at---
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
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Xmas Cards and   u Safe from
Calendars for 1908 I Fire
from the best makers in the world
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J. J. MACKAY y COS !
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS   NEWS DEALERS    %
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MEN'S UMBRELLA8, with d< sided novelties  in : :.:...,
gold an.l sliver trimmings, flu,- Bilkorgloria covet    ���        J
MEN'S SELF-OPENING UMBRELLAS, made with e.i |
quick action spring and with    I          roof cover . ae
-ib s;  each -*i 25 to  	
CHILDREN'S   SCHOOL UMBRELLAS.    Whal   is ti
the- children that best umfci                     ���  ,   hou-,- j
buy a short handled, spec!             fi       hoc    ise
Each  	
SPECIAL  VALUES  IN  WOMEN'S UMBRELLAS, in fasl
covers on ribs Just as good as the expensive
$1.25 and  	
Remember the   Corset
Demonstration
To-day
Miss Wiufi'Id will be hi re today, ready to suit you with prop
Corsets.    IN TUB KKADY-To \vi;,\k DEPARTMENT.
W. S. C0LUSTER & Ci
247 Columbia Street,
New Westmin*
MOTHER
| Electric Railway Service
!
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:.r)0 a. m. to 11:30
I), m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes af-
ter, commencing at G:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ton minutes after the hour,
half past an.l fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service flair-Hourly letween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Did you ever think how
inconvenient   it   would   be
and  what   loss you   might
sustainfshould fire suddenly    -^*.x^
destroy any of your   valuable   papers   and  important
documents.   We have
Safety Deposit Boxes
For&your Deeds, Mortgages, Agreements of Sale,
! Insurance Policies, Marriage and Birth Certificates and
Wills.    Boxes only $2.50 per year and up.
Let\us explain the system.
The Westminster Trust
AND
Safe Deposit Co.9 Ltd.
\. British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
HCAD OFFICE,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
F. 1. HART.
Managing Director
Will, nu
dou b t, a p-
preciat e a t
any time fa
nice pair of
Glasses. Certainly no season of the
year is more
appropriate
than this for presenting her
with a pair of nice glasses.
You can take a pair home
and if you find they do rot
suit her sight they can be
exchanged at any time.
We, so most people know,
are the largest dealers in
the city of Optical Goods.
You can have glasses at any
price to suit.
F. W. HEATH,graduate
optician, late of Ottawa, has
charge of the department,
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
The Good  fl
1 STORI
IS  OFFERING
Underwear at $|
per Suit
Can't   Be Beat
Ladies* Wail
Men's Pants)
Lace Curtains
Curtainettes
Rubbers, all
sizes
Kyle&SJ
The Home of M
'Phone 276     255 H
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