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 Accident
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia St. Phone 85
legislative A&s^l^ F E
JB_SUHAl.il.
NOV 1 SrVIWJE, SHILES & CO.
���NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
V0LUME      NUMBER 280.
X^��
RIA,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C,   WEDNESDAY  MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1908
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
YOUNG LAD INJURED
WHiH DUCK HUNTING
Careless Handling of Loaded
Gun May Result In Amputation of Leg.
w;  , out hunting on I'iti  Meadows
..,...,     i ::, rnii,m,    Walter    K.'.iii-
Uj a , mug lad about Bixteen years,
wn'ol ii  >'   Reddlcllfl, ol Hammond,
I,,  victim of ;i se ri,jus accident,
���JENKINS USE FINISHED      ENTOMBED MINERS DOOMED
BEFOHE FULL COURTl    TQ DIE BY ASPHYXIATION
W1LHEI.M TONGUE-tOHBED
Bt CHANCELLOR BUEIOV
Aryuments  Co
De
^P'eted  Yesterday   and
'sion   Reserved���Was   Jury
Influenced  by Color ?
lh,
ni'..
wing 8hoi   n the left log.   The accident haPP1 '���' '  w****''    Reddlcllfl   and
������"Sun-eni  ,,, ,.h, Jenklna caBe
w,as '""""';' I    "���'=-   the   full  oun
yesterday, and judgment reserved   It
18 exPe��ed i, wm ,,.  handed d,)wn ln
a few days.
VV,
,;-   McQuarri,    completed    his
arguments during tt,..   morning,   and
then Robert Cassidy, K.C, replied for
"'" crown.    Mr. McQuarrie contended
ons were crossing a level I that   the identification test    Imposed
.., ,: the hunters carrying hlsiupon little Mary Morrison was unfialr
 '<*    Turning to anBwer to the prisoner, although she failed to
,-��� i.   by  young   Reddlcllfl, identify him.   After the little girl had
... . . i| ;: in part of his cloth- had   frequent opportunities  of  seeing
I in   went  ofl,   the con-   the accused it waa to be expected that
when she went Into the box she would
nol i I, ntiiy the wrong man. The t< si
failed, and   i:   woi ki d,  he contended,
In thi calf of Reddlcliff'a
... ,.. lng an ugly wound und
bone,
i-;,     , ��� m   .*.i-   brought   down   to
speed, Tyner's gaso-
-,;  n qulsltloned for ihi.s
On  the party In  charge of
1 oy  arriving    here,    ai
an wae ai once    ummoned,
ii lng made for the   re-
Ri    lie Iff to the Royal Co-
pital in the meantime,
... i. ii ��� xam'natlon of the
to Injure Jenkini
tO     M I'a.siilr'a-
JUS
:n answer
the chief
...iiuiit'l ��yr.\f*,! roper test.
1 he im i nan ii. com. dlssatlsili .'. when
other tests were refused. He also re-
fern ,! to th, other crimes committed
by negroes, and urged that they should
not weigh against the prisoner. He
thought th,- jury wer.- Influenci .1 bj
sentiment against Jenkins on account
been madi. ll is Impossible  of his color,
ethei amputation  will    be      Mr   Justice Morrison remarked that
Bentiment was against the crime
������ii I noi agalnsl  the pi Isoner.
Inghi Lla . Nov. l".���An ex-
���*������ ��� ������' odi .. h \i.v. ���_ min, of the
'' * ���   Coal  company   e   r< porte 1
'" h; ��� urli I scoreB oi men. Six
" "��� an '��� ,a rte i to havi been re*
'""���' I eady. The entire working
torc< ol the mine is trying to rescue
the Impri's med men.
Il la believed thai none will be rescued because the cave-ins are -*���
Bituated that no air can r.-ach the imprison.,] miners.
Be Nov,    17.���* .'une ���'.' .-.     >
ii.- .    irs     f h*s Inter \
with ���:. emperoi at Potsdam th!*.
raornlng, asked his majesty for a
declaration, together with p, .. Ission
to publish lt, to the ��� Sect that In the
future the emperor ..onid deal with
suite affairs only through ex sting
constitutional channels, namely,
through the chancellor.
His majesty acceded to thi* request
and the declaration asked for appears
in the Reich Sanzeiger this afternoon.
TRANSFER OF PLAYERS       LIBERALS fAVOR
WIOEREH. ROVERS    ^ ��� p^
Chancing of Men Causes Some Trou-  '	
bie-.Aii supporters Asked to    I Executive Endorses Commit-
Rcct at Vancouver Saturday. *.-._,.._   !>_,���      _.   r>
tees Keport Recommending Larger Rooms.
general meeting of  ;h.- West-! 	
min-;.. Football club last evening, un-1
������       ���   presidency of E. R. McMillan,'    The'proposition  mooted some days
wa-   b isilj   engaged    discussing    the ago ,0 chanE>* 'he headquarters of the
Work of Publicity Association
Has Far-Reaching Influence
Uthough but little nas been h.vard
ol the work of the Westminster Publicity association for the pas-, few
w. eks, there ha- been uu falling off
in the good work of adv. rti lng bro id-
������ ������ the fertile n 3ourc - of the
!���'���' -- 'iv . vallej and the Ind istrla!
and cianul u turlng possioilltii * of
\\ ��� stminster, Th "num of replies
i- ��� ved dai j by tl i pub Ic I.-��� commissioner,  A.   W.  McLe,i.i.  in answer
American newspapers, especial!} in
the farming communities, to publish
Canadian news, is commented upon
by n. P. Howard, of Stella, Wash,,
who stai.s that he finds 11 almost impossible in secure data concerning
this , rovince In his hom.- town. He
Stai :,. hi li : '��� r ol Inquiry Iut
thei.- an- a number of fai m< rs In '...-
district who will be coming up to B.
'' ii h. spring, and maki - .. i equ, si
ior literature   sufficient    to    Inti
fllEIICAN FLAO RAISED 	
AT ST. PIERKE, MIQUELON - RAIN IS SWELLING
COQUITLAM RIVER
Big Demonstration Takes  Place in the
French  Possession in   Favor   of 	
Settlers in Low Lying Lands
on the Lookout For Possible Floods.
The heavy rains <>i the past few
lays have caused considerable damage to settlers and farmers in low lying lands along the river banks, several place.- being reported under
water al the present time. Grave fear
is entertained that trouble Will occur
along the banks of the Coquitlam
river, ftial usually placid stream having been transformed Into a '.,���,^
torn in  as ���'  result of  the cont n ied
Pari     ,  ,.   IT- -Th<     Temps    this
ii.-!n.   ;i  dispatch  from
St 1 ,  i ii lon,  the   Froach   I -
,.   ,... -���  ol   Newfonndlan I,
���    -    :.������. i,      a
:,i was in ated by   the
I In    peopl,    got  mn   Of
,   thi Ir way to the housi
:., .. whi r,    they    raised
.. *��� th,    American  Hag.    The police
fk-ieti     in I trouble  is  feared.
DEFLATED   LITIGANT   TRIES
TO KILL COURT OFFICIALS   '���"*v**"<***r*
-��� .        .***, iv.  17.    V    lefeate 1    UU- \
ipreme <:v,i tribunal
.   di ��� w  a    revolver   and
i   Herr Maenner, th.  , i
and wl.e i on. t clerk.  The
'. i   ,|e;,,l  aad  the    judge
wounded.    The  assi    In,
efl I ii-o.-.-���, r.   snee filial     'ii
��� ������-   before  ii<- wa,   over
H,   uas  plaintiff  in a suit
the validity of a Witl .*""
������a of the judge was In I ivi
....    \s soon  as *.*,.������*..,
the . uling he drew   a  r, volvei
a Bi ng
The dam at the foot of Uk- Coquitlam lake, built to ensure a continuance of ih" ci'.'' water supply, is reported tn he ir. a safe condition. Precautions are ' elng taken to guard
against in*-- danger of iis breaking,
as such a calamity would do almost
Incalculable damage to the cultivated
land   adjoining the  Coquitlam  fiver.
Mrs. .1 T. Scolt, who arrived in the
City yesterday evening, from ile June*
tion. reports tbat tlu- settlers along
the liver are carefully watching the
rise of Uie waters so as to be pi' pined
for anv Budden Hooding of their lands,
BRYAN WILLING TO
MAKE  ANOTHER  ThY
NO  REASON'WHY JEWS
:<i tin- advertisements published in The them in the Fraser river valley. "From
Ranch, Winnipeg Free Press, Farmer's here, we cannot find out anything
Advocate, Toronto Globe, Montreal about B. C, but we will go to the
Star. Everybody's Magazine, and a place tha: w< know most aibout. If
number of other high class publlca- you can show us that your district
tions. is a sure indication of ibe in- has advantages over oth. rs, we will
'��� ��� st which is being awakened by the go there," is one of the sentences In
; publicity campaign. During the past his letter.
eight days thirty-four inquiries for in-      The large number of inquiries which
(formation     concerning     Westminster  h;i, I(  received clearly prove tha:
I .md the district hav* ieen received the work nf the Publicity association
from different parts of the continent. js bearing fruit. Although only in
a large number of these coming from existence a few months, it has suc-
tarmcrs who signify their intention ceeded iu doing a greai deal towards
of moving to British Columhla in the giving Westminster a permanent place
Immediate future. on ,]���. map, noi th,   '.east o f its suc-
���*- each letter - received it is im-jce88es having been In ihe appointing
��� liatelj answered by the publicity of , |0ca] Associated Press corres-
commlssioner, the points raised by the!, .|..>,t, who is not, however in re-
Inquirer being given special attention. cejp, ,,, a Baiary for tie- work which
ln the case '.f a man Bending merely ,,. senfling nu; 0I news entails.
i , |uesi i" general Information, he
. ;:. !��� the comprehensive bookie- Issued by lie Publicity association
some month., ago. Eve y ':������:!������!��� r, -
ceived Is fil< I. i' being the Intention
<if  th.-    ixi' utive   'I,   ..ii-o.luce  a   -. ���
,. :   :  llov.-up  :< tiers  in the    near
future,
g  .���    of the  inquli a b  an 1   requests
.,   brief and to the point, a-- witnosB
following rrom I*', it   Hayley, Fori
William,  om..   writt, n  on    a    postal
.
"Send uu- your booklet,"
A  communication ol ihis nature  is
easilj   .bait   with.,   hut  this  is  not  the
case with  Inquiries  such as  was  forwarded   in   Ceorge   L,   C. _ Mo re,  of
Ruthowcn,    Alta..   who,    after   stating
that  he would go in  for mixed  terrain    , ,i  a   a' -e  scale,  propounded tie
tollov ing qn   "li ���������
���, Name..: a d'stiic, raltttl. for ,
... ai ov< varieties >>1 culture. C-i
General character of soil. (3) Is
there laml available for homestea-ding
,.is wall as for purchase if desired '.'
I 11  | .  there a hope of    obtaining   a
fers of a number oi players.
They unanimously passed a resolution
BUpportlng the transfer of Canfield
and Hargreaves to Columbian college,
....ut were not so agreed with reference
to McPhail and Davidson. Two resolutions were prepared and withdrawn
dealing with I ..idson. and at last it
was decided to ask him to apply to
the club in writing for a transfer. .,.-
parently there will be little difficulty
wiih regard to an arrangement over
McPhail.
With regard to next Saturday's
match at Vancouver, as it Is necessary to begin at 2:43 p.m., a special
ear will leave the B. C. E. R. depot at
i p.m. and a cheap rate of thirty
cents has been secured conditional upon ii: i supporters of the Rov, rs ac-
* lng the party. Tickets may
si ire ! at H. Ryall's store and at
the Pacific and Fraser Valley markets
Columbia street
The   motions   appointing   McGowan
Liberal club to Hardman's hall, McKenzie street, Ig being i.avorably entertained by a majority of the Liberals
of this city, and from present indications the change will take place in
the near future. At an executive meet,
ing of the Libera^ association yester
day evening, a report from,a special
committee appointed to consider the
advisability of transferring the headquarters to Hardman hall was re
Ceived. Th, committee reported having visited ihe proposed location an.l
after suggesting certain modifications
and improvements, unanimously ru-
commended the change. The execu
tive, after discussing the report, approved of it and erniiowered the special committee, which consists of A.
E. Kellington, William Turnbull. H.
Buckland and P. W. Luce, to meet Mr
Hardman and make definite arrange
ments with him for the leasing of thi
upper portion of the hall.
.Vs the Improvements    desired    by
trainer and Hollett assistant were re- '������'' committee will take some lime to
scinded, and J, Lawrence, who trained complete, the transfer of headquarters
the Black Watch in India when they | will no; take place for some weeks,
were particularly successful in army although Mr. Hardman has offered to
cup ties. w:is appointed to succeed place the lower hall at the disposal ot
them.    Tbe club  wishes  members to! the Liberal club while the upper por-
norUoa of clour la ii.
The appended list will give an Idea
of the numbi ol people who are seeking information concerning the Fraser
���..-��� ..- ���. ict, communications sign-
��� I with ih- >< names having been **���'-
��� "iv, d sin, e Nov. '.'.
I-'. S. Duval, Stanfoi I, 0, law ���
county, r S. . ; Peri j Moi
ford, 125 Virginia avenuo, Wh, ling.
\\e-t Virginia; .1. L. Wetmore, M
Willow street, Stamford, Conn.; J. I'll;, ks. Potlach, Maine C. G, Blackford, Mounl Gili ad, Or, gon; Mr, Tre-
artelt, st Th.v.iie. Cornwall, England; C, Sowman, Becond officer, U.
S M. S. si Paul, pier 15, New York;
H. W. Clarke, general d< livery, Hot-
linger, N. I).: L. M, Hutchison, Ford
county, Clarence, 111.: C. V lones,
,1am, sen. Wash.; H. M. Holbrook, St,
Maries.  Idaho;   F.    J.    Duggans,   200
i Edmonton street,    Winnipeg;    E.   G,
Uberta;    C.   .1
Goo iim ii.   Cain,.   Hall   coun'y.   Si  i.;
a.  I..   Rickett,   1122    Baxter    avenue,
< Superior.   Wis.;   P.   Smith,   274   Colony
street,   Winnipeg:   _L_
Slum,   Wash..    .1.   A.
train twice a week in  the machinery
hall of the exhibition buildings.
Some discussion took place on the
question of captaincy, and an amendment having been defeated to elect
one by the club members, the motion
passed to leave the matter to the
players themselves, as most productive to harmony.
tion is being fitted up. The premises
at 'present occupied by the Liberal
club are held on a monthly lease, and
can be vacated on a thirty day untie.
The suggestions made by the committee and approved of by the execu
tive Include the dividing of the hall
into two large club rooms, one of
which will be used by the s< nlor as-
The selected team tor Saturday for I sociation and the other by the Young
the match with the shamrocks a. LlbevalB, and ihe building of two
Recreation park, Vancouver, In the B. committee rooms, besides several
C. cup tie is ns follows: Goal. F. other minor matters. The large rooms
Lock; backs, .1. Bruce and C. Kirby; will be divided by a sliding partition,
halve.-. A. Reid, R. Sawyer and ���!��� which will be removed when smokers
Cms, ; forwards, F. Hayes, Shawcrosa, or socials are held under the auspices
McGowan, Caydsien and Lumsden.        of either association.
The  juniors  will   play    a    practice!	
at M< od;  square.
SPOKANE   SALOON   MEN
MA>    t-'IGHT   APPLE   SHOW
FRED J. LYNCH HONORED
BK KNIGHTS OF THF ROAD
Siiokane, Nov.  17.���Tempi ranee an i   Northwest      Travellers'       Asscciation
Select   Him  as  Representative
For   Royal City.
ann ������ ���
religious circles in Spokane are agog
over the report that a committee of
the saloon owner's and brewers of
Spokane approached the National Ap-
,.!.   Show   trustees  and threatened   to
boycott thi apple show unleEs the trus-Llecli0I1*0j offloerB ,_,,- th, Northwi I
tees Becured from evangelist ���Billy ' j r<imill,.n.ial Travellers* association
Sunday t promise not lo attack '���"*���,,,,, ,,,,���, Vl_snif,.d as follows: British
liquor business during bis four weeks' Co)umWa board���For vice-president.
eries of revival meetings, which wlll Vancouver, .!. J. W'h.alen. elected   by
v Inn!]'
Nov.    17.���Th*
li.   Blair,    Cle
Dolson,    county
reasonable propu.-wo <���* *������*-��   ���     (,ler,..s ^^   3il4UiaWi  Wa8h.; w. ..
SHOULD  NOT WED CHRISTA : NS J sa, ��Wj.   acresi^ per  qua .��� ���    ^^ ^    ^ ,.,,.,���,.,,,.,.,.��� building,  De8
i ���   .a.-.  NOV,   IT-      \  ���*���!'
Chicago,
Nov. 17.���Dr. E. G. Hirsch
ich fn.in San Antonio says    declared in hla .sermon at Sinai Tem
tj  -ii demands and   condi-   ,li(. yesterdaj   thai  there is no racia
reason   why   .lews   should  nol
marry with non-Jews,
������Intermarriage    is    universal,"
said.    "The   .lews   have   interman
with oilier   .-locks     sine
time,   our alleged racial puritj  is
the   iinaglnat on
, wife who was m>t evi n  whi
������The   modern   .lew      resembles
English or German or American neij
bora and is nothing like the Arab
���   to wai rant It,  I wlll be n
foi   the    presidencj    foui
hence," said William J. Bryan,
arted on a duck bunt todaj
Murderer  Is   Sane.
"   treal,    Nov.    17.���John   Dillon, I flgmen,   0f
;> '    lami a Smith, a book agent, ac*
CU8e<l '-I the    murder    of   Constable
toot.
section  '    io)   What   ale  the pOSSlbl..-
ties of transport ?   iOi What are likely to be the lor-al prices or    building
lumber and shlnglea or other roofing?
(7,i  What are ibe aveage   prices   of
work  horses    Bay  aboui   twelve and  B
lie half to thirteen huntlred, one mare to
led   the team, not more than live to Beven
,   ...uan,., years old;  also of cows, young hogs
a   and chickens 7
These    requests    for    Information
|were embodied in a 1,-ngi.hy letter   In
which  the   wilier  explained  his  rea
Moses
""'��� ���  rn.I of the wounding of Chief
ntei    and    constable    Foucault
la8< April, was declared    sane   by   aj
J"r'  In the courl of king's bench    to-j
"lai. I
bu
i.ie
purest  typ
e of  Semite  known.
.: lines, ) iwa; A, F. Rice, Well Kargo
company. Malagta, Cal.; Henr; w
,\ ad lell,  Calgarj ;   J,   E.  Sua,,     boat
05 Goldfie i. Ni v.; Thotna ( ,|,;
Eleventh av nue ��� ast, Calgari. i W.
Crompton, hex 124, Bothwi 11 Unl . J.
C. Shields, 273 Bi rkei, ��� Btrei I I ""
to; H. Vi Paschke, Bowman S D.;
Frank Fraser, Whltewood Sask.;
Roberi EUllott, box 5*68, Rlvi ��� nnd,
nut.: Allien Rowe, box 395, Fori William, (int.;  ll. !���:. Cottlnghani, Bolsle-
I vain,   Man.;   A,   II.  Campbell,   Vlooso
for desiring  a   change    JNJI^ Re       m\��
nteiitlon oi I
:.. i���l ,n in Spokane ImmedlaWly after
the , lose of the apple show.
"Billy" Sundai  and the -apple show
acclamation.
F,,r directors  for Vanco;.\- I    W.  1.
i  --..ii and w. A. Allen, elected by ac-
ar,   "iii'i.  erecting a huge tabernacle ..._,,,.     Fm. vice-president tor Vic-
wjt.i ii 3eating capacity of ;*"11". which  tor[a  n   ,,  0  Chatt,?non. elected by
���e used first  for th,   apple Bhow
and  later fot  the revival b,  vii es
mation.     For  directors    for Vic-
torln    Harry Briggs and J. M. Robert-
i, one  to  be elected.    Director for
HINDUS MAY TRAVEL Ne*-*  Westminster   - Fred. J.   Lynch.
. ected  by acclamation.    Director for
ON  BRITISH, WARSHIP   K_..,.-,...../    ,,ami',,,,��� Hyers. . I, cted hy
sons
dence.    He expressed his I
coining  to spy out   the  land  in    the
Out.;  ThoR. R,    Parker,   573   Euclid
avonue,  Toronto;   li.     L.    c     Uoora,
i,, ��� iwa, Nov.  LT.���Ii is ,, upon   i  to
British  Columbia's    Hindus    to
i,,, i i.e.,    i a om   of the HriCsii war*
shins now in West Indian waters. The
������ I on
Owl    Brotherhood   Reorgamies.
Sp il am.    Nov.   17, -Al   a   refiehi
government is now In communication me9tlng ol   ,���.   Brotherhoi t Owls,
Get  Increas-sd Pay.
Quebec, Nov. 17.���Employees of ihe
Quebec *i l.ake St, John railway Were
awarded a slight, increase in pay  by
'"   board    of   conciliation  appointed
"ni1,|' the Lemieux act.
SUBWAYS   PLANNED
near future I Raih.men.  Kitsooty, Alt*.
\V.  r.  Allen,  ot Climax, South  l-U-,
kota,  is anxious   to    know
laud  ts to lie bad in the
May Contest Election
H*��nii.ton,  Nov. 17.���It   wai
stated today that  the Liberals
*'' ���  I  contest   the .lection of  Mayor
s'"'  '    In   Hamilton   West.    Bribers
1 liiper-tonatlon are alleged.
red-
"Admiral"  Brown   Dead.
Winnipeg,    Nov,    17.   ���  "Admiral"
'���* ���'   ���   well  known  sleeping    car
Seat.le,  Nov. l7.-Council.nan H
erick Sawyer introduced a bill In tne
city council las.    nighl   t.Tt.nting   ���
franchise io w. L. Dudley, of Seat b.
and W.  S.  Boody. of PhltedelpWfl, to
unoffl- construe! an extensive system,of -u->
R.ayg,    Tt,,-  applicants tor the fran-
else according to Councilman Sawyer
are backed  by    millions   of��a"e^
capital and are In a pfthmJJ   *"
on  ;h(. grea,  undertaking,    rhe pro
tnuichise     ordinance     outline,
routes tor street cars.
was referred to the
 ftor <,n the c. P. R.. died today.
three subway
The application
committee on corporations.
whether I
i
government  land  is to ne nau i�� ���"< ,       No Decr-eas* in Use of Lumber.
FOR CITY  OF  SEATTLEj I)r0vtnce, whether the land is timber-      Washington.  Nov.  17.���Great Ias the
e,i or prairie, and also ask* for statis. J advance in Up proofing construction
tics concerning the climate, nainfall j^ been during the last ten years,
and crop yield. Detailed Information th,.T(. has been no decrease In the use
hits 1,-en sent hlm. of lumber,  aecwrdlng  to a Statement
with the Imperial authorities regard
iji- ih,. matter, Speed Is necessary,
both for the reason that it is advisable
W get the Hindus oui of Cana,In is
sfflon m�� possible, and also because
plantation own. is In British Honduras
oaks theii- labor contracts on Dec.
Ii of each fear and want to know
th*Hr position  as  soon as possible.
reorganization was effected and tern-
ponarj officers elected to serve until
a- rmanenl officers shall be .leeted at
the grand omclave In July, 19i��9. The
expulsion of three of the old officers
< n a charge of trying to sell the
Brotherhood of Owls out to ihe Order
Of Owls, a rival organization, was
ratified. ���
A three Hue adveitisein.nl in the
Hamilton Times induced John H.
Kelly, of ginbrook, Out., to writ** inquiring concerning the climatic conditions, as he and his wife are desirous of moving to a milder clime.
E. II. OromptOn, of tlothwell, Ont..
who Is In the hardware business, nnd
issued by the bureau of forestry. Both
architects and builders will admit, I'
says, th,ui the forests of the country
are likely m jjfl ihe chief source of
building materia! for ninny years to
come, it states that the beavjl demand for lumber continues, although
nil the various tire-proof materials k<v
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devotes his spare time to the keeping I |ng   ,nt<)  approved   building  construe
of bees, inquires whether there is   an | tlon  are now  used in greater QUantl-
openlng here for a hardware store.       ties than the wot 1,1 dreamed of a few
The apparent   reticence of    certain ,, eai.. (lR0_
Organization on Thursday.
Thf formal organization of ft Young Libera] association In tuis
city, which will take place at the Hardman hall tomorrow evening
at eight o'clock, promises io ne productive of considerable Interest
among the younger Liberals Of Westminster, a large number of
whom have signified their intention of joining.    As It Is the Intention
> of the  organizers   to  elect  off!,, rs ft|  the  first   meeting, all    young
:^ men of Liberal tendencies shotip] ���iak<' a Special effort to be present
���jj- Irrespective of  whether they have b< n personal!} uanvanod or not.
�������� The  i inlted time nt the dispoa,] ,������ those  who   are   taking   active
A Btepa inwards the formation of the association makes canvasRlnr; fo,
^ members an impossibility, and v���. thts r,P*on a ^neral Invitation fo   jf.
bf all interested Is extended. '��
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$25,000.00   WORTH   OF
Hitfk Cl
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SLAUGHTER PRICES
The exceptionally mild weather has left us over-stocked in every department and this surplus
must be turned into cash. Now is your opportunity to buy up-to-date merchandise at prices
unheard of in this city.
Millinery at Slaughter prices
Fifteen only
LADIES'   SUITS
silk-lined coats, made
in latest stvles. Reg.
Prices $25, $30, and
$40.
All on sale at $21.50
Five only suits, silk lined
coats; $25, .$30.
Sale price $5.00
LADIES'
Separate COATS
25 only Covert Cloth
Coats: tight fitting
styles; satin form lining.    Reg, price $25.
Sale Price $13.75
50 only Coats in black
cloth and tweed effects,
newest styles. Reg. $13
and $15.
Sale Price $4.98
MISSES'
COATS
25 only, made of plain
Broadcloth and nobby
Tweeds, Reg. $7.50 to
$11.00.
Ladies' Skirts
in Tweeds, Venetian
cloth, Panama cloth,
Sedan cloth, plain and
striped Voiles all marked at Sale Prices.
li)  only  special
sizes; waistband ���' I
3(5 in., 38 in. and   U    i.
Sale Price $5.00   j    Special Sale Price     $8* 50
fciderdown  and  Batted  Quilts All  Reduced
UNDERWEAR
Ladies \
Misses' and
Children's
AT COST
BLANKETS
50 pairs all wool blankets; 12-1-4 size, reg.
58.75. Sale price $7.50
11-1-4 size; reg. $7.50.
Sale price $6.00
10-1-4 size; reg. $6.5u.
Sale price $4.75
Flannelettes
Twenty - five pieces
Striped Flannelette.
Reg. price 12 1-2 c.
Sale price 9c yd
FURS
Mink, Sable,
Marmot, Squirrel,
Persian Lamb
All Going at
Cost Price
Laces and Trimmings at Sale  prices
Black Dress Materials
Birch bark all-wool Sedan cloth;
reg. price $1.50.
Sale price 78c
Black Ninon cloth; reg. price $1.25.
Sale price 65c
Broadcloths, Venetian satin cloths;
all Reduced.
Five only Evening Cloaks
in light shades broadcloth, hand
somely braided and satin linec
throughout; reg. price $27.50.
Sale price $13.75
Fifty Pieces
Colored Dress Materials
Chevron Serges and striped
Tweeds; veg. price $1. Sale price 59c
Colored Voiles; reg. price 75c.
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Sale price ^c
Five pieces 58-inch all-wool Homespun in shades of grey. A splendid coating and skirt cloth.
$1 SO .SaU nrice 79c
$1.50.
Sale price
Sale Commences THURSDAY, November 19
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THHF.E.
THTnry's
. .,,! Tested Stock,
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
..���,     FARM    GARDEN,
CONSERVATORY.
MADE IN CANADA
letle  : reasonable
.. borei-i.   scale   or
:
I j damage stock. N.
, annoy you
.   ol ol fruil trees
the   fall   trade,
p, ar,  Plum    and
7ti ooo Apple, in leading
100,000    small    fruit
!w home grown an.l
Ion from bear.
  Bulbs for fall
Cholci    grass     eed
Buy    direct
thai  ������rows.
i.,,_-      Supplies,
, rials, Cul    Flow
en  ���'
Catalogue Free.
M.J.HENRY
, -uses  and   Seedhouses.
Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
S'ursi ry Soul h Van*
vi r.
WRECK Of FREIGHT
DUE 10 WASHOUT
Tra     Falls From Embank-
iit to Fraser River Below, Killing Two.
SALERATUS
IS THE BEST
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toront.,, Ont
ni. Nov. 17.���The offi. ���
... i  a fatal  w reck  o te
Hon.   Engine 522, at
'���lri" ���   o I. freight train  westbound,
ran lm       ������,   bout, caused by th,  ' *���
aln.     Engineer Geo.   Brown
rol    ���  lown the dump with bis engine
1100 feel ',, ii���. edge of the river and
his bodj  ba    nol   \ et been recover, d.
It is !.. |, '., ,\ thai be is under tin  engine
Fir, man P. Righter also went down
with thi  engine, but was rescued, ter-
I 4t-_ir��c4k^_at__i____________'-..'     ri1.: ired     ,   the train crew.    He
-   U/-inf,,,l    *    I ��� i c       j      ,,li'''1 '"    ��������� --I half hours later in the
vyaniea -.- lose -:- round   ._���.... -    Pitai. >;.. brakesman
. For Sale-:-To Rent-:-Etc.; , ZZ
wns badly Injure '..
d ;it four o'c - -
���       BO mi    ' io|tE Kl-;       .
to J. \V   lid      ,v Si ii. City.
I Nurseries}'^_r.,;_r
l_Bii__2SU_M_
[juut-Biaaaai
; .,      :,: fireman depd,
tnd threi   freig.
j         ~ i i.i. fer wa
cloud ursi thai wash .1
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OFFICE GIKL   W AXTE11 ,* P.O       Of the ca
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Pi nit. ntiary,
P. nitentla *..
���-.   ..   Peniteni
i'. nil, nllarj.      Edmonton
nder and infoi ma Ion
. ��� nl ract, v, 11] be furnl    ��� I
���   to th,   wa   ;- ������    of thi
DOUGLAS   STEW VRT,
GEi    W   DAWSON,
:      I'. :i:i ml ll   i
, er 20   1008.
to iti.Ni
$1.50  per  week  up.    Su tm   beated,
h and modern conv, ni< nc -   .\p-
\. ndome, or to Mrs   Arch-
Ro   il Ilafe ��� fo mi   Ij  I. ���
hat v
i ������ nbained   ci       and om
was ini'ii, o        I iurt]   cai
thi   , dge,  an I   b)
saved  the rest  of    be
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Ini
: rain.
ALL  . in .      ol      lain--    tanned      a I
dressed.    D. Cameron,    12. Twelfth
tn et, P. O. B"\ 7:;:'.
TENDERS
bURr.ABV  COUNCIL.
. ,    eting ol the council  wa    b 11
at the mu iici] al ball  m Sat irda;
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���77.    KI'M'    Sui-.     :,n,i*.i.-.l    :������.., '     ���;��'"���  l ���1"'-
. ti houseke. ���    VicKee, Anderson and Rum I
.,..,���- -  "��� enl w;h'
 ence  to alleged damage to his    pro-
\v \\"ri:i)    Pupil   for violin and mau-
dolin;     fees     mo lerati        A
Box  187. City.
throu ���'������ "; watl *'���    Rl
*-���*-���  solved mi thi   motion   ol    Counc
 I    McKei    seconded    )'  Councillor Cliff,
 1 77, ~~~.  that       ommi    -   ol Councillors Far-
WA.NTED    Nursing, or daily work b)
English woe tn.    Apply l!,,x 93.
I'd       LO       ill'
ad     i. Ioi si d   ���'!   .
-     ,    u -....:        li
                of tl       lard of wo   -    ���    a    special
TO  LET���Furnished bedr n.    Appl)    .....           with powei   to act   to  ar
139 Hi. ki nson street, th.   Crest ent.;,                 , nent In ri gard to
| the uiatter.
.   .    Vernon, B   C.,' WANTEDGood  plain    sewing    neatly,
ied ai    bi     .-. .      ;,, done     \ .pi)   Mrs. J. Simpson, Ash      T:i *""     x    Fennel   ������������������"��  for    ���
.  Friday,    Novem ei    - treet   P O. Box MT. loan from th.  sinkiim fund on security
.    ,,, 0|   , ...    ,     ���  -*. '����� '*���   -' ' -'��� ": *';""- R*>
Vernon FOR  RENT -Furnished  housekeeping  solv, ; on  tb,   motion    of    Councillor
,.���,,.. ,..,, |(  ,,.,.. rooms;   close In;    beautiful    view-,|Clifl seconded   by Councillor   Ander-
'. , ,         ,.,_       . ,.,, furniture for sale.    Enquln   room 7. son thai   tlu* loan  be granted on  thi
and on application to thi
Bn      iloc
usual Btatutoi s  conditions being com
p  ^ I  l>li* d with.
'  V' ''"""' ,        a E B T MI NST E R EMPLOYMENT Communications.
tendering are notified  thai    **���--������ 	
..il-.WY-  ruder new management,      From the n  C. E. K. with regaid u
���  '���'"'���   '" ���'<"'s;"-""'1  """'-        266 Coiumbia street, Phone 366, P.O    approval  of plans subject  to written
'   1"1;""1    ,,:"'     "! ''      bo, 807.    Can  supply  you  with all    tg       len    which  would   receive    at*
""" ,''"'1    actual   s'"''       1;ln,]s 0f help    promptly     free    ol   tention  and   stating  that   they  wo
r-haree    Branch office, 107 Cordova   glv,   thi    mn if  laying., sidewalk
���      ^^^^m ,-,,nsi,l,-ration.   K.
c.i.e.l  and  tiled.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^
From  VV   H,   Keary,  manager    and
pro.in,-Hi exliii.i'Ion
,der  must   bo accompante,       -������� we^*~p~h~0ne A ��7~R0. Vancou-   along righi ol  w.ay considerat
****k, nml,.  payable to the order of     vor- ���***��� c
���  ��� le the MInli ter of Public
to     'i | or cent, (10 p ���
.i r,  of   the  '��� nd> i
���   forfeited  If Ihe pei on COVTRACTORS
lne to enter Into a con- an,l  TRANSLATORS
calli .1   upon   t"   do   "    Or       |^aie  anc)  Female   Help   Promptly
. complete the work  con Furnished.
provincial exhibition,
Japanese Employment Agency.,       in* gram ���. $100 ����  *
*J  -iA^====-=-=__==__:  ^^^^^__________________Lif  1 Vitst  ivnr' 1  ovhlbitliin. I
Ij,      ��� of this j'i ar'.   exhibition
Recelvi !  and  file*!.
Prom  II   Peterson, foreman of con
...  ,  , n  ,,     be B, C.  E.   R.,  statlnt
.
^^^^^ culveri  Had  been constructed  by   Mr
if the tender be nol ac Columbia   and   mcnee.ey   sts..   ^ ^, gm|t]j ^^ ^ ^ Qf ( ,
^Q��e will be returned. ^  Westminster,  b.  c.      Am,.,  road from Smith avenue.   Re-
lartmenl does nol bind Itsell p. o. Bov R85.   80lved thai th. compan) continue with,
lowe-M or any tender,   ^^ ^ HC00rdance wlth lh��� ,,,,,������
n> "nl"r* '  ������.���,  arrived  at.    Plan of  profile of)
\\r   TESSIER,
Secretary.
'"'��� nt ni  Public Works, Ottawa,
Oi ���   20, 1908
I'i.'is will not be paid tor Hns . J
emenl   If they  insert   it   with*
��� from thc Department.     \*f*
��*M"i"i i i"i-i-**-H"H I i"H 1Smlth ftvenue Bbow,n81,r"""M'" "':,!!,'i
~"viri * *  *���*���*** '        ���- wag rece|ved and approved, and    the
*" clerk waa '" notlf)  the compan)  ac-
.. cordingly.
..      \ number of   contracts    were    let,
others heins held over.
QQOKSLEY'S
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ure :
POSTCARDS��
\RE  NOW   ON  SALE AT
M. MOREY'S 8TATIONERV 8TORE
m  G-   GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
^CKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
ThE FAIR," Columb**  .-.treet
�����>
���M
^^^^    ADVKRTISK.
T - IN ��� ,rt.	
*E      DAILY       NEW! ||                                #f, ^j^aj^X
r" INCRBAM You,* BUSINESS. |^t"H'11 ������t"M"H4'l 1 i Ut*
���THAT'S  OUR 4,
BUSINESS
Every order placed with 4��
us means a satisfied cus- J
tomer.
OUR [WORK SATISFIES
OUI PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rnte,s on work of any des-
rrlption or quantity <l"ot��l
on application.
i Jackson & Morrison f
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388    JL
Free Rural M._>|  Delivery.
Ottawa,   N'OV.   17.���The    |iost  office
Idepartment denies that the.re has been
any  Blackening  In  ihe  Interest   in  the
I establishment of rural mail delivery
since the *'1<,s<' Of the elections. The
department   is   still   ready to   rec. ive
I application! from any part of the
Dominion for the establishment of
free rural mail delivery routes, and
will hav** lis Inspector report on each
in turn.
PATENT   MEDICINE   ACT
WILL SOON BE ENFORCED
1 OttAwa, Nov. 17.���It has been decided that tbe act of last session respecting the sale of patent medicines
shall come Into force on April 1 W*'.
PROSPECTUS
Pit. lake Brick and Cement Company, Ui
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
been autho  zi .
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particulars:
rlptlon li-:   ���- ":
remain open f<
will bi       ie ���
1'
lowing   g. nt '-::.��� ii
11
i   Naylor	
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E,   W   ise,-In,:-    Vani      . ��� r
1:
\'.. Thompson   Van, ���
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;l   Keary  	
T.
.-'   Hall, M   n
V,
1,   Schro. I.r	
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E,  Mian      ���
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1   .   Relchenbach 	
��� 10,000
...1    b)
ii.-
opanj
pan ., k oi h ..   Com any 1 ���  Bul mil
Capital,  $100,000.    One thousand  shares at $100.0C  er.'*  .1  par.
beli    applications  1
ben ii .     1 e anionn
ber a of shares 1   ���'y' >\ for.
������ ������ pre1        ly to the registri   -
,.$20,500.00 .,  . ian	
s   \:.i      lale 	
sy Sha     ,rl b  	
a  \. M   at ���. : -   -	
! I 	
V: I-',   r I     ���       	
I  111 	
Edwin H. Fitzgerald  	
White & Shiles .. ^H^^^l
I	
500 "I
500 " I
300.00
500 00
mu 111
UK)..11
500.00
dOO.OO
^^^^^^^���DOn.uo
. .  1,1 .'10
..  1,00 00
fiOI.1.00
500.00
...
inn.UO
. . .   uOO 00
NO  APPLICATION  Wil L BE  RECEIVED AFTER TEN DAYS FROM THE ABOVE  DATE.
11   offices ���: the Con .   .-  the Northern crown  Bank, :'t*   c<     .. reel    N'ew   Westmin
1;   C.
Dived       of the 1 .-.
F.  J   FADER.   Lumberman.  Pret:_._.nt and   Managing   Director.
J. REICHENBACH. Wholesale Meat Merchant. Vice-President.
J. E. ALLAN, Bank Manager. Secretary-Treasurer.
H.  P.   NAYLOR, Vicc-'reEH.' ���**.   Berg  Mach.nery   Manufacturing  Cc.
W   J.  WH     ���      DE,  Solicitor.
.KERS���NORTHERN   CROWN   BANK.
e   Solicitors 0'  -       C       -any  are  Wl.itar.ide &   Edmonds.  Ne*  Westminster.  B.  C.
...                      ,,                eco lire. the  Compan)       ��� ati, m,     ...   I
ird
'   ��� .            ii                   . '                 Im in plan   20                    ���  .            ation 1 per  c. alto 1  er its Known a - Tim er 1                                    tated on Pitt
in an .   ��� N'ew  Weslmii an I also .:,
: ... 11    000 feet by 15O0 ���: 1 1        be    Silicon
... - ....     b wh 1 granted enti .   Compan)   to all
undei ol rtnclal Governmen   of British Colun I .     lm ei    erth
���    ��� : . ereoi Id ai ea m. ich b tndan, iber to sup
i- ..���   tith fuel and tlmb, r ��� - ome.
Thi    hi ad to the   hore of Pitt Lake which I tance of about twenty-eight mih
of New  VV stmnister and ������  ��� tion    all    thi .     boats and oaU
eal bai  < jaid ,1 at will be erected a %,���  ground,   On ihis pro*
.   0 .- of ���       cen ���   which is very accessible, the bench of cla)  being over
bi    evei of     ������ water, which affords easy access to excavation.    The clay bank mentioned
a .   feet long b    from 300 t<  *��� 1 feel   ,ide.,and affoi Is a   natural  incline  for transportation
banl   ���    lie plant which w l! be a .1:        1 out only 400 feet from  the lake sin re,   The clay  nas
een ���    ted  by the  Berg Machiner)   Manufacturing   Company, of Toronto, which w      repoi ed on in
ret.        0 lows by H. P. Naylor.
La ���   Brick *>_. Cement Comi in . ed,  New   Westminster,  B.C.
. .,: ��� ... ���    1    bereb)    beg    leave to r,    irt to you that l have-on the 4th day of October, 1908, examined
a ....   mentioned in :    ir prospectus on l'i" Lake and have found the  material on  the property  to
11  a   :...-,   -iii to us for testing b)  Mr. i-_. J, Fader,  �� Nev,  Westminister, which has given the following
.  -   thai  Is  ���    Some few months ago samples were    ��� :i    to our Toronto plain    y M.r, 1-;. .1. Fader for
analysis 1 cla) contained pro] erties of a ver)   unusual   tuatur,   containing  aim 131
.    i,   .        .   for the making ol Portland Cement.    We found a a ... and pulver
^ could make    Uriel,  from li   without burning thai was superior In our opinion   to    n)
etui'ed ii       -i "ia.  being ^erfeci  In appearance, extremely rigid and ol  greai    fire resistance,    and
ilso non-porous, such as we have furnished the   Pitt   Lake   Brick  and Cement  Company and    stamped    "Berg,"
for I M)   Compan . namely the Berg  Machinery  Manufacturing Company, Limited, has gruar.
���    th,   Pitt  Lake Brick & Cem nt Companj   the manufacture of those brick at a tost on the ground not
to exceed $4.00 per thousand aa per ex.iibii      i'ii.     rick   ��   -  t<   ted In  the School ol Practical Science of Toronto
.   . ,.-   .   :   >',.- 3.740 lbs. .,, the square inch. tSign. Ij H. \\ NAYLOR,
Vice-Presidein Berg   Mai liner;   Manufacturing Company.
Th,. followii      >ther.   01    ol J, O'Sullivan as to the fire test: Vancouvi     B O, June 20th, 1908,
K. ,1. Fader, Esq., New   Westmins er, it. C.
Dear sir, 1 beg to report that the presenl silica brick submitted b) you foi fire test was subjected to a
white heat In my wind furnace I.e., 1 1 1 temperature ranging etween i-11" and 1400 degrei centigrade 1 r 2372
;u 2552 degree Fahrenheit for 1% ao.u*3 without disintegration. The only effect ol this great beat was to caui��e
1 slight crack In the brick due mainl) to the escape ol steam from the water of combination of tne plastic ma-
,,i the brick. In my opinion a building constructed of this brick would withstand the destructive action
; fire, and can therefore be used with perfect  safety.       Yours faithfully, .1. 0 'SULLIVAN, K. <_.*. 8.
li can readil) be seen from the above report thai the brick Intended to be manufactured b) the Pitt Lake
Brick vt Cemeni Company, Ltd., can be placed on the market ..1 such a price that no other pressed brick manufactured in Canada can compete with It,
li is the intention oi th, Compan) to proceed with the erection of the planl at the earliest opportunity
and place the brick upon the market of British Colum ia and oilier places where b market can be had. Mr. b_,
.1   !���*-, igreed t" sell to th. Compan)  thi   whole ol his Interest  in the s.ihi property as above mentioned for
mm of -Mn.nee. payable    as    follows:    $2000 in cash, and $28, .1 In stock' In  the Company.     .pan    from
this Mt. E. J. Fader subscribes ti   the Compan)   foi   $20,  treasur)   stuck, which  h,   agrees  to pa)   within  two
This     -     - tlon, withoui ��� tception, 1     die.       1)   most expert men to b. [ the heal  brick  propositions   thai    l is been placed upon the io<u, market, considering the tact that  the  brick  in question is a   water-
prooi brick, which .1   fai ������������   iv.    now, cannoi  be found In the whole Dominion ol Canada, and nas all the quail-
Brsl cla b   rick,    is you will not,   from the  above  report by  Mr-H.  iv  Naylor, \\  has a crushing lest
t, .   ,-   ;,  1  pounds to th,   sq         nch, which  ll   is doubtful    if an)   othei' brick    made   can   equal,   Apart from
1     ��� b .1 handsome brick and will make �� vet)   prettj   finish.-d building
ih,   -,,���.*, ribei can ei Ige trom the cost of the manufacture guaranteed    by    th,     Berg    Macl    ery
Manufacturing Compan) nam I $4.00 per M what an enormous profit there must be made from the proposition,
considering thi facl that our local pressed brick and Seattle pressed brick \? plbced upon the market abov, $30.00
., thousand, places us In a posit.011 as you **U1 readily Bee to cut those prl ea In two, it necessary, and then
ma . 100 per ceni on our out t, and 1 ,.,- no reason wh) tho people of \', w Westmlnstei should pert,1:1 th.
outside public to take up this stock when tbey have at their door a proposition which cannot .<��� surpawed b)
any which have been formed In British Columbia. I have already formed several companies here thai tbe public of New Westminster know, nd hav,. made for foreign capitalists enotmoui sums of mone) which reall)
should have nni,lined at hom- This is the Brsi time thai I nave funned B compan) In New Westminster anfl.
asked the present public to Bubscrlbe, and I warn v.,ii ,,, plainly understand thai 1 am not doing so with tie Of-
j'-ei of coaxing you Into th, proposition. 1 am merely offering it to you as a good, solid, bona fide Investment
and 1 am giving you the ��''���' opportunity '<> subscribe and at the same time knowing that  the stock  will bi
readily subscribed within thirt) days |n t|,- Kast. 1 therefore consider thos,. who hav.- the money to Invest
Bhould n*��t lose tin- upportmi'i> as there Ig nol the slightest doubt that this Company wil) pay enormous dl',i .
.lends. Work commenced on th. ground test week, and a gang of men is now clearing a site tor the plant and
opening large cuts Into the clay, SO that visitors may hav.- an opportunity of visiting the properly and seeing
for themselves at any time.
The Company anticipates having the plant running within sh. months from the above date, and you therefore should not  nilas'ihe opportunity of getting in your application at an early date.
Samples of tho. brick and clay may he seen at my office at the Northern Crown Bank, New Westminster,
and any further Information thftl any subscriber wishes to know, 1 shall be pleased to give them such particulars at my office.
Ladles or gentlemen are Invited to subscribe.  (Signed.1 K   j   FADER, Promoter.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK  AND CEMENT   COMPANY,  LIMITED.
To the Director, of the Pitt Lake Brick & Cement Company, Limited, New Westminster, B. o.
Gentlemen,*���1 hereby make application for  snares In the abov**- named Company of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars eacb, and request you to allot me that number of shares, and I hereby agree to accept
the same or any similar number Ihat'may be allotted to tne, and pay for the same as follows:
Twenty per cent, on the sinning of this applicatior;  and 20 per cent, monthly until paid.   And I author!/,*
you to register me as the holder ol the said shares.
Name in full  - - II ^rfpUon  	
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WEDNESDAY. NOV.  18, 1908.
ing the soloist.    The bride, who entered  the sacred  edifice loaning on the
Publilhsd by the Daily News Pub-   ann  <if   '"ei*   father, was  dressed    in
(isking   Company,   Limited,   at   their   wllite silk crein. de chine with point
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front |lace collar and satin ribbon trimmings
streets, New  Westminster,  B. C. i and 'wore the    traditional    veil     ml
 orange     blossoms,    and     carried    a
E, A.  Paige Managing  Director | sh��>wcr bouquet of bridal roses.    The
 (bridesmaid.   Miss  Katie  Bourke, Sister
I of the bride, wore a blue silk dress,
trimmed with Battenburg collar and
I silk ribbons, and wer,' ,a flasu picture
hat trimmed With .blue. Sh.. currie.]
a bouquet of flowers, and wore a -old
necklet and pendant set with pearls
and amethysts, the gifts of the
groom. G. Roberts, of Vancouver, ict-
��� id  ;is best man.
Ar the reception, held at the residence of the bride's parents, Miss
Wise poured tea, Mrs. Benoit presided
at the coffee urn, and Mrs. W. K. Morrison served Ices. A number of charming young ladies assisted In attending
to the wants of the guests.
Shortly after the ceremony, tin-
newly wedded couple left for Vancouver, the bride wearing a traveling
dress of blue material with velvet hat
to match. The honeymoon wlll be
spent visiting Victoria, Seattle, Taenia  and iliber sound cities.
Tho color schemes at the home ":
the bride's parents were yellow and
in in the reception room, and pink
In the dining room. Sj. P
cathedral was beautifully dec ited
ivith foliage and plants, Miss La r)
was the fortunate young lady to
ture the bride's bouquet.
Included among the many pr sents
received by Mr. and Mrs. Mahon)
were: Groom's gifi to brid". ��� ild
pendant set with amethysts aad
pearls; to bridesmaid, gold t. . et
and pendant; I). I). Bourke, cheque;
Mrs. D, D. Beurke, suit case; Dr.
Bourke, Vancouver, carving Set; Mr.
and Mrs. Buchanan, timepiece; Mr.
Menzie, Vancouver, carpet square;
Mr. and Mrs. J, VV, Mcintosh, hina
tea set; Mr. and Mrs. .1. Clifford, Vancouver, china tea set; Dr. DeWolf
Smith, salt cellars; Mr. and Mrs. .1. '
Thomas, hand painted biscuit jar;
Mrs. Quilty, silver bon bon dish; Mr.
and  Mrs.   \\\  J,  Carrol,    china     cake
DISPENSE THE TRUTH.
The general H'*spi':i! lb,ard of Calgary, Alta., is justly incensed at tlie
inaccurate statements made by Rev.
Ur. Voung, pastor ot St. James
.Methodist church, Montreal, in a lecture delivered by 1 im upon his visit
to Wi'stern Canada and which are reported to he ias follows: "_Vfter a picture had been thrown on the screen
howlng the hospital at Calgary, Alberta, Dr. Young made the rather
startling statement that the young
uiv.s of British settlers coming out
to the prairie farms in the vicinity
were so deeply affected by the spirit
of loneliness In these isolated districts, as compared with the thickly
populated districts ol tbe British
cities, that on the average one t<,
three of these women were taken to
the hospital ever) week suffering
from dementi i."
In all the years the hospital has
bi 'i In existence not one such case
has ever been brought! there, and it
u i.- ordered thai a vigorous denial be
written to the Montreal papers. Rev.
Dr. .lohnston, on his visit West In
1887, made very sweeping charges
about Western life, and these divines
hav.- not been the only members of
the cloth who have gone back to the
ll i ' and spread untrue statements to
the detriment of the West and it is high
rime some of these expounders of the
Truth should follow the example of
some of the high,'!- officials of their
churches and be sufficiently conversant with our life In ail its phases
before they hand out information. .Men
like the Revs. Carmen, Sutherland.
Briggs
who have seen, hav,. known, and have
told of our western life and its op-
portunities realize thai when the peo-
;. e of the East came West and
settled they found a higher state of
Christian civilization and companionship surpassing thai which it had
1     . mce to enjoy.    The
. si   ol   i   arson on a va. ation
irpose of skimming
over thi     i -���      trea in a short time l*��^l
to  gather a   superficial idea of    this  >jJi��
' ountry for  a  mone.\ -making  I
���'ind   now   that   the   evil  o:
. lerflcial  infoi tnation Is -    ��������� n
th.   West not only
i  Car ut   .n   the        I
if  Euroj e,    we    hope    ;he
i will ell lesist
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silver pudding dish; Mr. and Mrs. and!
Miss Atkins, china tea plates;  Mr. and!
Mrs. A. l.. Lavery, silver butter dish: j
Mr. I. Clifford, silver cake basket; Miami   Mrs   McCurrach,    hand    painted
cushion; Mr. md Mrs. R. Dynes, china
fruit set; Miss \   Wise, tea cloth; the
Misses Affleck,  Vancouver,  sideboard
scarfs; George Graham, dozen knives
and fork.*:   Mr.   md  Mrs. H. A.  lilac!,
sugar  spoon;    Mr.  and    Mrs.  w.   A
Patchell, fruii   knives;   Mr.  and. Mrs
Bee. cruel set;   Mr  and Mrs.  Hudson
Vancouver,  sih .   butter  dish;   Miss
L.  Brennan  cul  ?lass -uilt cellar;  the
Misses   Bourke,   serviettes;   Mr.    and
Mrs.   a.  T,   Morr >���*.. silver  fork;   M,
and   Mrs.   K. Lynch,   Silver   fork;   Mr
and Mrs. Gillespie   silver spoons; Mrs
Bayfield, cent:,, pieces and cushions,
Mr. and  Mrs   V   I   Gordon, jardiniere
and jewel case;   Miss  McNivon,  fruii
spoon;   Mr. and   Mrs.  C.  McDonough
bon   bon  dish:   Mr,   and   Mrs.   I.  McMartln. table linen;   Mrs. Freese, pillows;   Mr, and Mrs. A. D. McRae, silver   fern  dish;   Mr, and Mrs.  Butter-
field,     .jardiniere*;      Mrs.     McGowan j
Bellingham, cheque;  Mrs. Lavelle, ,bon
bon   dish.
One  Night  Only
WEDNESDAY,   NOV.  18
Alajpeck's Sporting Goods
Guns   and     ammunition,     footballs,
umbrellas, typewriters, fishing tackle
etc., ami all Kinds of light automatic
machine:.',   repaired.
ALEX. SPECK
| Columbia Bt,       "Man on the Wheel
JOE   WEBER'S
Big Musical  Comedy
Hip Hip Hooray!
(A College Yell  in Two Shouts.)
Direct  from Weber's Broadway Muslclsecond hand goods.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Four horse power engine.
One slim',  cutter.
on,, top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new
ind
Hall, New York.
RICE ANO CAOY
The Double Headliners, and a Whooping  Big   Chorus.
TWENTY BIG SONG HITS.
Price* 50c, 75c. $1.00 and $1.50.
I plates;   Mr. and  Mrs. AV.   Ellis,  Van-
McLaren    Tucker   and others.
* 'couver, bronze jardiniere;   Dr,  Kenny,
cut glass fruit bowl; Mr, and Mrs   T.
Sampson, silver cake basket;  Mr, and
Mrs,   Bilodeau   and   family,   cus
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Benoit,     silver
tra., :   Miss  R.  Mahoney.  hand *    I
',;  Mr. and  Mrs.  H. Rank*. .-
: sewoo l  pitchers;  w alter
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disc record s. These recoi ls
have * wo selections, i ne "ii each
-: Ie, and ar ��� onl) 85c. Thus you
can see what you save on each record, getting two selections for
tlmo&t the price of one formerly,
Con ��� i: l hea   the latest records
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
Spec a:    for   Today���'Sterling"    Cobalt   3'ue Guns and   Saucers.   10c each.
Westminster Opera House
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block,  Near Tram Office.
Phone 275,
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FRIDAY, Nov. 20
Estimates   Submitted
Central Meat Market   ..Westminster
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
\ Corner ElghtB St.  ana
PHONE    S.
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C.   A.    MARSHALL
PRESENTS
WILLARD MACK
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BOWELL &  OODY, Proprietor*
M inufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   rences,  Creit
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accountant and auditor      General Machine Work and
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New   Westminster P.O.Box  795   1'entll StrBfit,      ���       \l'W WP'
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Two   door*   from    Geo.   Adam*,   Grocer
A S-.ory of the South  in   1365.
Prices $1.50, $1.00.  75c. 50c and  25c
P.  O.
Telephone 54.       ���	
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LADIES'   AND   GENT
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Ladles' Gold Watcnes  trom  112.75 up.
Gentlemen's    Silver    Watch***1     open
    race, *6.00.
Gentlemen's  Silver   Watcnes,   double
3ox 665  case, $7.50 up.
Aeent for the celebrated South Beni
Watches, supplied   to    the    Welknan
���   Arctic  Expedition.     Ul  warranted.
Chain-i, Rings, Jewfirv. etc.. etc.
3'  TAILORS        Watch    repainuK;     enarges    reason-;
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Royal  Avenue ana   3 ack ;  Street
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shoes that will surprise every man that
wears moderate priced shoes and who has
never seen our $3.50 shoes.
Me;i?s fine Blucher cut boots, made :..' box
calf, with two double soles through to the
heel,^ a boot equal in many respects to a
regular $5 shoe.   Our pric   $3.50 a pair.
Men's fine Vici kid Bluchers, made with
neat kid top, fit for the best dresser in
town; $3.50 a pair.
Men's heavy kangaroo - grain Bluchers,
made with a hand-rivetted, double solid
sole, leather sole, and waterproof; $3.50
a pair.
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THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C
The man interested in good shoes a!
moderate price
do himself a
Koadturn by investigating our j
Shoes.
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Vn'*** | ihe tasliitores T. H. SMITH The Cash Stores
Sweeping Reductions
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Unheard-of Price Cuts on
AU Lines in Stock
il [hty Eiderdow a ���   n      i,      .... ;,;,. ,|. ���   ��� tined
Ij  i learance    tn ;   n'li ��� nd In vtew, have
lown in prici   ts to    i       tenn .Irapij li resistible.
ot I. S8.U0 Eiderdowns lor $6.00
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A   meeting ,,t the  Hoard of Trade
I will be held loruorow   night     at   tlie
rooms, Cl
Knock the cover on a tox of "B.
C." cigars .a i try one. it will make
a "hit." **
A progr, .-..,. wins, party given under the im*,,:..... of the C. M. B. A. wiU
I be held on   i mr, daj evening af eight
lo'clocl. iii s:. Patricks hall.
ii""1! POtati es, v.. cents per sack.
Kyle's, Fron        et, **
A meetin f th, Native Sons will
be held this evening a. which a
number o| ni v candidates wlll be
Initiated. Social proceedings will follow the business of the post.
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Nothing 'a i... ion ��� at Monday's tne il
ipg of the citj council with regaTd to ���
the  tenders   tor  the  sub-structure  of J
the Lulu  .aland  bridge.    The details\T
Clear   Havana  cigars of    exclusive   hftva  |been  worked  Qu(   ,n.   [hp   ^IJ
merit���the  "Brillante,"   made  by   the
B. C. Cigar factory. *.*
Mr. and  Mrs, J, Garter Smith are
i visiting   friends   in   Seattle,   Sponaue
ami   Walla   Walla,  their   visit  to tne
neighboring state extending over two
week -.
Smoki   Royal  City Mixture.
ibeen worked out by the city
clerk, and when the Mayor returns
they will be dealt with.
Ends of Rolls in Inlaid Linoleum
$1.50 line for, per square yard  75c
$1.25    "   "     "       "       "     60c
$1.00    "   "     "       "       "      50c
^A > MUST BK CLEARED OUT.
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA 8TREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C
Opposite Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
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Clearing out erockeryware at cost: |
Kyle's, Front stre,.-t. ** ,
Tht- death has taken place at Albury,
Surrey, Kngland, of Mrs. Elizabeth
King,  who had for som.- years been
in Resident of that village, and the fun-]
Rev. Dr, Sipprell, M.A., principal of ,M'al  ""'������  I}lace  the  following  week.i
Columbian  college,  will glv,-    an ad-jMrs- KinS was the mother of K. .1. P.
iress i" the It. T, of T  In the Odd|K,nS< of this city.
Fellows hall   i bis  evening,    when   a
rally Is being held    The meeting will
be throw n open, at nine o'clock.
Tl: ��� bi st place to get tall bu' bs iand
first-class cut flowers is Davies'
treenhou ������.   Tel.  B 208. **
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Reid Eiderdown   rill.- i
Regular 18.00, * u
ntflcenl   colorings
 $6.00
A man named John Mackenzie, who
would not be restrained from attempting '.i commit Buicide by lying on t.he
oar tracks al Twelfth street, ,. _tr
Fourth avenue, was taken in custody
lasl evening by the police, and w-iii
ap ��� tr bi tore the magistrate this
morning charged with drunkenness,
So! 2. $10.30 Eiderdowns for $8.00
6x72    3atin Um '   Iressy   ifl i tegular $10.50 for $8
Loi 3, $12.00 Eiderdowns for $yo
Pure El lerdov           I   Iin   I   ���* Ith satin in floral
R  . : ar |12 '"i  nov.   ;olng  tor  $9-50
Lol 4. S22.00 Eiderdowns for S15.00
Mayor   Keary,  as  secretary  of tlie
R lyal Columbian hospital, has called a
meeting of the Board of Managers this I    Cat flowers and bulbs of all kinds.1 -    = 	
., ���  afternoon, so that it is hoped he will  T-d*}'. *v{'��e*����<>������.t*****'>����*
;���;��   " ���','i'  "' attend '" business today. A. a ���  eting o{ [h��� Caaadlan 0rder |
All dealers handle "B. C." and -Old Ai Chosen Friends of this city to    be ��
Sport"    cigars.      The    old    reliableUe-d  on Thursdaj   evening,   arrange-
brands **  ments wil     ���   made foi a competition
having Its object the doubling ofli
Tb-  recent   rain*   have  caused   the  .,���. .,.. .,.,.. numericai strength of the1*
river to rise two feet  al Chilliwack, lodge  which has at present about 100
ind boats are able to make a landing  mil|]1,s ,,,, -,,. membership list.   Organ-
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON   VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
McMenemy & Anderson
Phone 192       Pacific MKat Market      Columbia St.
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with   ea .
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an  uncommon   feature ar  [zer  .   jlallett wiii,address the mem-
GOOD !
Second  hand  HEATERS  at aj
Snap. I
bei s at this meeting.
Al   a meeting of Ll companj.  D.  C.
he armouries yester-1 ���
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tegular  $22.00,  for
���ni designs. H, avj
 $15X0
I.. Hoe, St. Barnabas hall, Nov. 18, ai   (,
3:15, 25c and loc. ^a}. eVening, It  was decided that
I future drill would be on Tuesdaj-
[Hardman, James &  McClughan:
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Sfi.OH Woo; Eiders for 54.50
itton Comforters at feduceii Prices
M.50
.$2.00
.$1.50
"in Invltaii m danci  ��ill b    jiven n\
the  Princ -- hall, Sapperton, on Fri-   stead of "hursday evening
laj  evenii b      a lei   the  management
ol     l. \. and   Frances   Kerr
Thi   i .  ���'!���-.! b\   M ijor'i
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to ho ictii '   ' Ion; #
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.   will   be   .,eid    ���        ..	
for the non-commlf -:'-:i" I offici i *
where In - ruction In military duties
will be d.   it ��us also   I ���
Cor. Front and Sixth Sts. J
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In-..  & .."'.-. stables, and the rig was J
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'-O  tion meets in the club rooms, corner , ., :1   ,d ;ujU1.v   although    thrown   unj
��� O Columbia and McKenzie streets, every ..... a fente, The whippletrees
��q seconed ani fourth Thursdaj-s at 8 p.m. j were broken. The horsea freed from
.q Visiting Liberals welcome. A. K. ,, ..���.,, ...dn (loxvll tlu, str-.ot where T,
|=x Kellington,   president;    .1.   VY.    Mac- j Hemborough and A .Hardman assisted
* Q  Donald, secretary.
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\w have just rec lived in-
other carload of the im i ��� i
Tartan Brand Cann-d Goods -
Fruit and Vegetables. Be
to try these goods befor - bu; lu ;
others.
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i.iving to tne no of the waters For    8aie-Seven    rwuied    house, J     Columbla street.       New  West minster, B. C.       Phone 92,
bas been impossibl, to do anything at ^...j. roonl| pantries, closets, wood-
present with the Ramona, which is 18he(1. ^orse 8tall, carriage house;
off Glen  Vallej   wharf
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soon as    tne
fruit trees;  on  full  lot.    For further
Sampson  will  go stl.L,e^
particulars apply to owner. 192 Eighth
ALL \MERICA Shoes possess certain unique
I    ts of merit which VVE know will appeal
to YOU if you are as particular about the
ies vou wear as we are about the shoes we
e Sell All America
; us tell vou, young man, why All America
��� Urate" last .narks a new era m shoe
'ort. Whv, All America "stay up" box toe
never "caves in," while only selected "bend"
sole leather (cut from the finest and closest-
id part oi the hid 0 is used,  and of the
other All America features that aU point to
merit.
Sold only in this City by
The Reliable Shoe Man
Reformed Episcopal chmch will ���
c        tte the silver   jubilee   of   the ^
Ushniout   of  the   church  In   ihis O
;i Sunday    next.   Th.     present O
churcb   was   occupied   In  June,   1899, o
for * ��� ��� first    time,   Special    sei vices q
������ held, and on   each    occa
il singing is being plannecL Th.
.'  commemoration will be    in o
i.  night, when a social gath . 5
ing  will  be  h> Id at the  resld mce    ��� ^
\        William  Johnston,    281     Agnes ���
ine <>:' the members of the ,   * - ���
lon  who has  been  longest  1 in q
;   with   ii.    A  cordial  In. *�� .
nded to this celebration. ���
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EE OPIUM SELLERS X
FINED   BY  COURT   ^
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At   the  city  iiolice courl ���
j the uiagistrate beld that Wong SI Jim, 2
representing the Hip Sing Lung com- J
pany, was not exonerated from th ��� of   o
fenc, of soiling o^lum under the rei        o
federal aci by the possession of a civic Jq
icons.', ami  fined him  the minimum
$50,  advising ([���, defendent  to apply
I to the city  for the remission of the
licenae foe   for   that part of the half
year which had not expin d. The oth r
Chinaint'ii.   LuWong and    Hen    Lflng
; were   siniiliarly   fined   for  being   con
! cerned in the Bale of opium to a white
man.
Thomas T. Walker was fined $50
BUpplyiag liiiuor to Indians .and Jin*
Charlie, an Indian was fined $25 for
the same offence. Two Indians found
havin;,* it in possession wer,. fined, and
another permitted  to  leave iown
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MY   MAIL   INSURANCE  IS  INCREASING    RAPIDLY,   AS   -
CLIENTS THROUGHOUT THE   DISTRICT   FIND   THAT   INSUR
ANCE CAN   BE PLACED WITHOUT TROUBLE BY  MAIL.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVES PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY ATTENTION, WHETHER IT IS AN ENQUIRY FOR
RATES OR AN ORDER TO PLACE INSURANCE. IF YOU
CANNOT CALL. WRITE WHAT YOU WANT, AND I WILL
GUARANTEE    SATISFACTION.
MY RATES ARE THE LOWEST, AND THE OFFICES I REPRESENT   ARE   ALL  OF  RELIABLE  CANADIAN  COMPANIES
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.    *
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A Few
Snaps:
Silkiline
Handkerchiefs
Fancy  border;   regular
price 25c and 35c.    Sale
price  10c
Men's Felt Hats
Latest  styles;   regular
$2.50 and  $3.00.   Sale
price  $1.00
Men's All-wool
Sweaters
Regular $1.50 to $2.00.
Sale price  75c
A special line of
Men's "-'ard and
Soft Hats
To clear at 50c
These hats are worth
four times the price we ask.
Come early.
Men's All-wool
Underwear
Regular $1.00 to $1.50.
Sale price 65c
Get your Xmas
Neckwear now
at less than half
price.
Men's strong
Working Shirts
Regular price $1.00.
Sale price 45c
J  Canvas Gloves
Four pair for 25c
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Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost!
Our entire stock of high grade Clothing, Gents'
Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
F*.a*t
Regardless of value or cost.    Nothing reserved.
Every article in the store must go.
Buy Your Christmas
Now and
Save Half
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Store open evenings to give those who work daytime a
chance to share in the benefits of these unequalled bargains. Any merchandise purchased during this sale will
be exchanged if not satisfactory.
Westminster Clothing Company
P. O. Box  205 Telephone 364
Westminster's Bargain Centre
Mail Orders Promptly Attended To
Ten salesmen wanted at once.    Must be bright.
Sale
Starts
INov.   1 s
at 9 a.m.
ien's  Suits
AND
Overcoats
We guar;
you at least  50
com.  " i   Mi n's   - |
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do this, are we
to youi trade ".    0
and   see   for   your elf thi
valu .   we are ��� fl
KJM.Mt\J%J$
For Men,
Women and
Children.
We have a la
Everytl    ..
dress to the heav..
proof        ;.    :.:
prices.
Sale
Starts
TODAY
Nov. 181
Blankets
All w   !  Bii
regular    $3.
price	
Sale
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Collars
Men's Linen or Rub-        I
ber Collars; regular 20c
and 25c.    Sale price..
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NOV-   18,
THE DAIL? NEWS.
PAGE at. VEN.
Phone
YwHJTOry Order
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new,  fresh  and    ol ���....
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ile  kind, guai  . ..   us   j
to I,,- the verj
ADAMS & DEANS
GROCERS Columbia St.
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soap
FLEET TO BE MANNEB BV    INQUEST VERDICT
NOBTIIMRMEN      ��� mi DISASTER
[ FRESH TODAY: 1
lowne/s Chocolates |
||n 1-4 pound  to  2   pound  Boxes ���
See Our Window   .-. ���
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THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
HEAD  OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital    $6,000,000
Paid-up Capital    $2,200,000
"Y ALL'S
DRUG
STORE
Every   accommodation   consistent with  prudent banking will be
cheerfully   extended  to   responsible   business     men.     We     Offer     a
sound,   conservative   service  to those who desire satisfactory bank-    [
mg privileges.
J. E. ALLEN, Local {Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
Englishmen   to   Provide   Steamers and i
Trawlers for Fishing industry in     Coroner's Jury Advise Better
British col^mp,, Waters. Traffi(, ReguIatkms (jn   ln_
terurban Line.
v.. torla, Nov.   IT -A ... i - 	
Involving a tli ei        ia     id >zen ,
rf'n ill  fishing steamei       ,   I , . .
eamei ol the iiz, ti tyle of the
A*mur of the C. P. R., to collect fteh
from   the Btations establlshe l
al Prince Rupert, Graham and Moresby
Island i, i lbs, rvatorj Inlel md other
pointa from the Na , ��� . ,,., coast
of  Vai couver Island ... of five
or six    team  trawl:-, of  the  .North
-'":i i        and tl up mature oi half
. million lollars In iquipment generally, wlll be established next Bummer by the Canadian Pacific Trading
"We find that Murdoch McDonal I
was killed on the nighl of Nov. 7 In
a collision between the British Columbia Electric railway cars, Gladstone,
of whicli he was motorman, ami which
wai going imi from Vancouver to
Central Park, and the car Ladner
coming 'n from New Westminster to
Vancouver. After listening to the
evidence We are of opinion that the
collision was the result to .som,. degree '>i the carelessness of the swltch-
  man, William Ellis, at Cedar Cottage,
& Development companj Roby Bur- bul more largelj to the loose and
ton, of London, the representative ofjwhat appears to your jury the carc-
a group of London financiers Inter* e8s an,l bad system practiced by the
ested in the project, who has been irltish Columbia Electric Rall*waj
quietly perfecting arrangements sine- companj In conn ction with the run-
July last, has arrived from the Queen ning and switching of ears on this
Charlotte I I i ( the steamer Amur, particular line. W< have also ex-
The Intention :- to hip salmon whole amined the tx l. _ Ralph A, Ja
n cold si irage Fo 3ale as fresh fish, ��n, and And thai his death was
rn, i   for   smoking.    The  trawlers will | caused  by   Injuries  received    in    the
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Eastertrool  Milling  Company,
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B. C.
FLOUR
Imperial 37.00 per bri.
Hungarian  Jewel      . $6.SO    "      '"
Terminal $5.50   "
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We are not.  prepared to show you the largi m Xmas Jewelry Sti ck ���
exhibited In the city.    We have no*��   tb article you have ���
led on for that Xmas present.   If you do nol wish to purchase lm- +
mediately we  will  put any article to one side for you. *
Remem bj   making your choici    iri     ou have a full range
nf goods  ' -i       ������  ���   fl un.
:W. C.  CHAMBERLIN  Th8-le*,eler I
���        Sole agent foi the Longines and Hamilton  Watch Movements, ���
1 e  us, I   In   the  halibut,  herring, cod
and   ol hi       deep -��� , levies,    and
North Sea fishermen wil     ������ brought
��� to man them.
POLL SHOWS MAJORITY
FOB WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE
Large    Section    of   British    House    of
Commons Ready to Vcte for Extension of Suffrage,
IcQUARRIE &C0,
ED MERCHANTS
STREET.
Westminster,
Telephone 333,
I. C. Mills, Timber and
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Marturacturer* and Deater* in All Kind* ot
f-umber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!    t
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.   |     4
loyal City Branch, Columbia St.
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MEN:
How about a
ackioawj!
London, N'ov. 17.���A poll of the
House of Commons which was cmu-
pleted today showed ������ astonished
party   leaders   that   420 ot   the   entire
same collision. For the safety of
the pui,lie we would urge upon the
British Columbia Electric Railway
company, that thej should introduce
lome better system which would pro-
vent anj recurreni ��� of such sad accidents."
This wag thi ��� ��� at the Inquest
��� ui the two motormen killed In the
fatal accident on the Interurban on
Saturday week, given after a long sitting late ou  Monday night.
Switchman Ellis wns present, but un
legal advice did not nuke a statement.
All the employees testified that he
was a reliable man.
As stated yesterday a large oumoer
of witness, s were called, inclu.ling W.
E.   Dunlop,   traffic   superintendent   of
! the interurban line
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FOR
the Wet Weather?
Price for plain blue, with knitted
wrist
$5.00 the Coat
Better quality, made with leather trimmed pockets and knitted
wrist   . $6.00 the Coat
This is the best coat on the
market for the money.
Mackinaw pants, $4.00 the pair.
All made by the H. B. K. Co.
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
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Tlie Road to Wealth
IS TO DEPOSIT IN
The ���
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
IS THE SOLE AGENT IN NEW WESTMINSTER.
209--211  Columbia  Street
1670 members have a mitted that they
are  pledged   to  sui      I pending
bill for woman's   suffrag    ::  ir  is  to
: be brought to a final vote before the
i end of the session.
The bill is now tied '���'���: In comi ii   - ���
and after the si    ad rea Ung   p >'���*���  i ful
. Influences  wer, ���      bear    to
keep it then ,'  old
j business is urg d by the committee-
men as an exi '       fa !,ive to i
a
' ill   p the tie asure.
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The supporters ol          3 ifl ige Bill
...   . onsidi . Ing  action along the line
sugg,   ������    bi Preml i H rb ������'; Asquith,
whii h is 1         .            . :. ��� qual
���   amendn        to  the 1;
I Bill.
DECREASE NOTED IN
raiehoad mm
Fiscal  Year Ending  June. 13C8, Shows
Decline   in   Net Profits  of
$120,000,000.
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CANAL BREAKS LOOSE.
FLOODING ROCHESTER
Rochester, X. Y.. Nov, IT.���With the
eu,i of the season of navigation only
two weeks away, the worst break In
the Erie canal in this section this
year occurred between locks 04 and
ii.". yesterday afternoon and a large
part of low land in the eastern part of
the city was flooded with from two to
tour feet of water. Every cellar and
basement In that district was flooded.
The damage to property, the ex-
ji- use to be Incurred in repairing the
break iu the canal bank, and the
losses sustain.'.! by the boatmen are
expected to be about }15,000. Musk-
rats are charged with respcnsibilitv
for the bri
:ago, .N'ov. 17.���Gross earnings ol
tne railroads of the United States
creased im   of   $1 19,0 lO.Oi 0
during the fi ��� -��� - uding June   0,
lyOS, according        31 ison Th imj
. :������_��� of the Bun iu ol Rail waj
News and Statistics, whoss reporl has
just been issued. The figures are
compiled from the monthly ,"ports
..i the railways to the Interstate Com-
merce Commission.
The figures show the gross earnings for the last t'iscal year 'o have
been $2,450,000,000, with a milage of
230,000 or $10,652 per mile. For the
���.receding fiscal year the gr.>_:_> earnings were $2,5S9,105.57a><. with a mileage of 227,454, or $11,383 a mile.
As the Operating expenses tor 1908,
approximately $1,729,000,000, wil] not
fall more than $20,000,000 below those
of 1907, the report continue., the official returns for tha year just closed
will _1*���>-.'. a loss of $120,000,000 in net
earnings from operation as compared
with 1907.
Cape Colony Storm-Swept.
Pom   Eliz     'ii.   Cape  Colony,  N'ov.
17.   .\  ten '.:.<���  rainstorm    has    swept
0Ver   this   | ir    of  Cape  Colony    and
;    e      ...      .... irflow    of    the
Baaki ti i rh        A   number of bridges
were   ,i   jtr -     :   and   ;,   large   amount j
0f property swi   I to si a. Several 1-v 's
,A,.1V lost, ���      thi   damage amounts to
,, | |    than a million dollars.
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THE STAGE
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Bank of Montreal
CAPITAL   .
RESERV
ESTABLISHED 1817.
$14,-: 00,000.00
$11,000,000.00
fttiSERVE  .         $11,000,000.00
*Bch���� throughout Oanada'and Nevrfoundland, and in London,  England,
Nbw  Vork, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A.. and Mexico City.    A Gen*
lu   ra' Bankinn niisimw. TratiB/Lct-wi
I D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET  MAKES.
(Three Years  With J. A.  Lee.)
has jusl  opened    and    solicits    your
I patronage.    Mission  furniture  a   specialty;   office and store  furniture;   all
I kinds of furniture repairs.
First Class Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 20 Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
p   O.   Box  304. Hoube  Phone   B 29.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
eral ii; ���.____________________________________________________________________________.
��� ���o   wu����a/t��jo    x i ���a*.**.*.**''- y tu. thn
* of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all oarti or ��>��
Wo-''
|*tter    . "'""*'nB Business TransacfMl.
,     "vorld.
Kg
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1 Ba"><  Department.     Deposits  reeeived In lUma of $1 and W^^JJJ
"nd interest '   "
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"n| 'nterest alloweil at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present, rate) atme
lr times a '
A5����8  over
rapcr
year.
- l|ver I1G8.000.000.00.
'N-W WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
G. D.  BRYMNER. Manas-"    i
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard  falocK.  New  Westminster.  & C
Re part of the northwest portion of
:������ 5, suburban block 3, in the City
of  New  Westminster, B,  0.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 8249 A, issued
in the names of Sarah Jane Bingham,
Mary .Montrose, Sarah Tierney. has
b -en Bled In this office.
Notice is hereby giyen that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published iu the
City of New WestmlnSted, Issue a
duplicate "f the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
[.and   Registry Office,  New  Westminster, b, c, Oct. 26th, mos.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wate'?.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight striet
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   -3.   C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
i,nice 'Phone 18&.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia   Street.
Baggage   delivered   protnnfiy   to
nny part or tne r."y.
I
jglrt and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���-TRAM  DEPOT.
"Hip!    Hip!    Hooray!"
"Hip!  Hip!  Ho iray!" in which Rice
and Cady, the famous German comedians of   the  coast   are   starring .'.iiis
season will bf seen at the Opera House
tonight   with   tli,   orignlal  New   York
production  trom  Weber's  Music Hall.
"Hip!   Hip!   Hooray!"   is  a  hurl. - |������
of the coll* ge  plays and  there I      ���
great deal of fun in it.   The first seen >
s In front of the Doolittle college  u .I
the celebrated   Yale  fence ts in    ,.ie
foreground.    This  is  well lined  with
College i oys and later the girls come
n as membet'j of a musical comedy
company; they have to alt <ui the fence
more or less. too. or else what  would
be the use of such a stunning i horus;
finally Mr, Rice and his partner, Cady,
come  in  and   try   to    e'.l   the college^
boys a new breakfast food call",! "Excited   Oats".    That   begins   the    plot.
The second act is in a Boat House an I
the  sen -   later  changes   to  a   river;
where a  big  University  boat  race  i*
rowing and the chorus ip pears In r.w-
lnj;- clothes.    Ther  are  a  lot   Of   *.   i I
fun-makers  In  the company  and  the
; ll nee Is kept laughing mos; of th*
time,    The "jokes are about as ken.
s any you can find and there are a
core  of  good  songs.   Tin re  nre  *W
cotde   in   the   company,   including  a
'.���*���::,< of ama-inp  urettinoss.
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Co^er Colurr.bia and   Begbie.
High O.ass Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
New Westminster Gas Company
Notice ro Consumers
COMMENCING   JANUARY   1st.   1909.
All gas used will be charged for a'
.he following rates:
Gas used  for lighting   $2.50
ftas used for heating and cooking $2.00
Gas used for power $1.50
Cash discounts will be allowed off
above prices on all bills paid at the
office of the Cunningham Hardware
��� 'ompany on or before the 10th of the
current month.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
November 12th, 1908.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
mm THEATRICALS
AT ST. BARNABAS HALL
J West  Coast   Dramatic   Club   Enttrtai***
with   Music  and   Comedietta-
Preparing for Future.
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
,\. s;. Barnabas hall last
the first of a series of entertain
to tie given In connection with the
parish of St. Barnabas during tne
winter was very successfully ca
through, 1: was organized by the
Wes; Coas: Dramatic club, of Vancouver, and the comedietta presenti :.
"Family Jars," was very well pi !
to a goud house. .\s everyone Itn ���
this single act farce gives plepl il
opportunity for good.talent and humor.
The roles had been carefully apportioned. A. P. Brown was the stage
manager, and also took a leading
pan. The others were W. McGregor,
Frank Airey and Misses E. Reveley,
L. E. Airey, E. Simmons and F. Osborne. The first part of the program
included recitations by Misses L. E.
Airey and Georgina Anley, and song3
by T. M. Chapman and I). J. Armoii
Jon.-s. Miss Edith Thompson accompanied.
The proceeds will go to parochial
purposes. It is the intention of 'be
Dramatic club to put on mor, ambitious comedies in the near :':mire,
including "Leave it to Me." They
will introduce W. Eugene Knox to the
Vancouver public  shortly.
The club will probably visit again
her,- in the present season.
BOWLING
Phone 379.
P.  O.  Box 249.
The Malleable
Sole Agents
HARDMAN & CL
HOTEL RUSSELL
New Westminster, B. C.'
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Winter  Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
Special   attention   paid   to       Banquets.
Private  Suppers  and   Dances.
1C0   Rooms. Hot ar.d   Cold   Water.
Steam   Heat.
Ci nti , 11 ���   located.
J. New some & Sons
The result of the gam.- between
Muirhead and Gilchrist's teams las;
��� vening was a win for the hitter's
team by the narrow majority oi 13
pins. Murchle had the highest Individual score, 177. Tonight Vancouver bowl here against the local men,
The scores yesterday were:
Gilchrist's   Team.
Mur,-hie   . .
Turnbull ..
A.  F.   Ha -.
Johndro ..
Gilchrist   . .
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A  Hardman.     A. James.    J. McClughan
STOVES,     tinware.     plumbing        Painters and  Decorators
AND   HEATING.
Front Street    Trust Blocl
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
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Electric Railway Service
lnterurban    Line.
!or  Vancouver   and    war
stations  will run every half-
our   from   f.: D'i  a. m.     Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last 'ar Iv, Vancouver 11:..(..)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap-
perton and city limits over the
citj  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweaty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes arter
the hour, commencing at 6:_0
a. m.
Sunday Service   nair-neurl.T b<s-
tween i.'iii a.m   and 11 p.m.
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F RANCE SUSPICIOUS
OF WAR BALLOONS
Paris, Nov,   17.���A  mom ng    paper
states that the French government is
'alarmed ai the increasing number ff
i balloons manned  by German officers
whicli  have  1 n   making descents In
Prance recently, and lias been making
diplomatic representations to Berlin
on this subject. Continuing, the paper
I says that these representations, to
f.'ir, hav. proved in vain, and that
[Trance la con i'i' ring the question of
taking rigorous Bteps to     what Is I
termed "a veritable peril."
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Mrs.   Lawlor Dead.
Winnipeg, Nov. 17. Mrs Lawlor.
wife of the late Capt, Pal Liawlor, of
th<    ,K.\ in, i.'.i jail, die 1 this morning,
REGULAR   DIVIDENDS.
The officers of tli" Westminster
Trns' \- Safe Deposit Co Ltd . are
busy ,,...lng their ��� li ilf yearly
dividend al  the   a per '*��� nt,
i per annum  for the    :i      ear t ndlng
j Oct. 31, I'.,"**.
PILING
UP!
H. Morey & Co's
stock is piling up ! It's going
10 l��� lhe BIGGEST AND BEST
Ever In Calenders, Cards, Postals. Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods,
etc., etc., and don't forget It !
Morey's
217-219 Columbia Street
TO RENTERS
We have a few particularly desirable modem
residences to rent, in good localities,
some entirely new.
LIKEWISE
Two beautiful homes for sale, on easy terms, modern, nearly new, and well situated.
Get Particulars.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88-109
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WEDNES-^v. NOV. ,.
SAVE A THIRD
BY BUYING YOUR
Christmas Linens
HERE
NOW!
See our large win,low display which is onlv an index of the many varletiei on tli. . .
K   - * - ���     " tiie linen
section.    Three hundred  'lollars spent in .lapan through an agent secured foi ..
tin,, handworked linens ut .-very description at  reductions of 25 to 50  per cenl     Thi Be of thla
fortunate purchase Is clearly demonstrated In every piece.   Battenberg lace, drawn
en .1 patterns, new and complicated in design, give a very large choke to select from
Note the Sizes and Prices:
Battenberg Table Covers, 30 inchi     quare,   Bach      (1.0(  5 25 to i3.M
Thirty-six  Inches square, with elaborate braid  work,    Bach        S'":  $23 to $3,25
Forty-eight  Inches   square, with flne lace and Battenberg braid work.    Each ;-;:.
AH Sizes in
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RUNNERS
Drawn ami  BatJenberg work, in such sizes as  18x46, lbx64,  18x72, 20x36, 20x54   - with pj
ran'-ing from
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75c,   $1.00,   $1.50,    $2.00 to $3.50
DRAWN LINEN
Centre Pieces and
Table Covers
Slz,    18x18 Inches. Each  40c' 50c t0 S':;
Si,.. 24X24   inches. Kach   .$1.00. $1.S
Size 30x30 Inches, Each ..   	
size 36x36 inches. Each 	
Size   15x45  inches Kach	
Siz."   ..Ix.M   Inche.-. Kach 	
.$1.25. $1.50 and ������ -
-     , to $5'JC
i        $2.75 to i
A LOOK THROUGH THE
ABOVE RANGES
will surprise you when you   ���
A COMPLETE AND EXTRA LARGE
RANGE OF
Damask Centres, Tray Cloths,
Runners, Etc., Fringed
Runners, Doylies,
Pillow Shams
Table s.is of the choicest Irish and English m,akes all on dU.pl**? ��* or-rf!S
section the headquarter! f��r serviceable and economical  llnen.-t.
that make our
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W. S. Collister & Co.
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