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 (kite, Shiles & Co.
FiBE INSURANCE
|W WESTMINSTER, B. C
UBEK  289.
DEC 13190r
WHfc Shiles & Co
:al estate
J^CTORIA, 5
Z^.C^rr.bia St.
Phone 85
KW  WESTMIN8TER,  ij.  C,  FRIDAY  MORNING. DECKMBER 13,   1907.
*****
pKE GRANT    LINE WILL Bf USED
RAISED TO $15,009  FOR BENEFIT Of MILLS
ut.
'���"NTS PER  WEEK.
10 LAND     iVALUABLE MACHINERY   WORK OF THE CHURCH MINING EXPERTS ME
OITICE ASSURED  OM WAY 10 BIG Mill      IN THE HOLY IAND       RANK IMPORTERS
.vrnment Ex- G. X. ,,. ���   ,    j ^^H .^_________^_______________________________^_____________________________________________________________________________i
ltive Yields to  Repre-     dale Not to be AbandonpH     C ^provements   to Present   of Fraser  River Anglican Priest Relates In- Men Employed by Guggen-
Jt    ^q,.l.;,i..      !   ww��^l?~    Court House Now Within;. Sawmills   Coming to Su-    teresting Tales of Labors    helms Have No Practical
���o.
ecutiv
gentatio
ns for Subsidy. When Cut-off is Completed     sTght-EngineeVat Work
__M
nervise Improvements.
teresting
in Palestine.
Knowledge of Work.
, , ���    of 115,000 bav-
,-.  the  provincial
,.; ni    tin- construe
I.   ... . across the North
.  ,, , n will lee taken up
ii, tw Vi
__^B     . council on  -M��ni
I   ,. theii regular ses-
aa(! raising  tbe  re-
more- will be car-
.��� laj.    Hi* worship
tr lomaa Clifford, M.
���  . xecutive of the
,Ve '.-.���,<���- lay  and sue
Ithal   body  to Inion    from $10,-
��� i   hi aring  th
���  ��� u tat I vei. the
to   pi ee,- thai '
-      �� illl    111-      em
rl iu,- would be
i; ���  : . i-i, II    Of
an i  thai a
Ini l    on    the
completion,   at   the
li
Providing  the  recommendation    o
nana ���    ,���   the a new  addition to the laml  registry
<;,";" x":ll'":" railwaj li acted upon, offlc*   will be constructed," stated C.
thfi oW   lu"'   between    '   ���    citj   and C    i     ..       ocal   government     agent,
BlaJne  '""1   '""    "      andoned  when when  interviewed  lasl  evening.    He
""' "��� '���   "" ' :1   ""w  l""l";   consti ���      alned  that  he    had accompanied
l<"1 l,l:'  been ��w��Pleled, but win be F. Q    . D ... provincial governmenl
utilized  between here and Cloverdale engineer of public  works, about   the
���''   '":1''   r��r '','-   e, ���. rn of   the mill
men  ami others  residing  in   that  vi-
practically settled  that!     New machinery valued at something
; like a quarter of a million dollars will
shortly be Installed at the Fraser river mills, the order fur the same having been placed In ilu- Eastern States
cinity.
This Information was Imparted yesterdaj   to a deputation of New   Wesl
min.-'��� ���      ni -e. Vane iuvi
tei Intei view the G. X, It. officials    i
the  Bubji       il     ett, ng faclll-
Perfect command of six languages,,    James .Moore, one of the first band
English.     French,     Italian,    German, of gold seekers    which   invaded    the
Gr< ek  and   Spanish,   a  globe   trotter Fraser river diggings in 1858, has re
who has visited and seen some of the turned to Victoria from Cariboo.    Mr.
most, interesting  places on  four con- Moore Is still in good health aud will
Unents, a self-sacrificing priest in the sI*-'n(i tne winter on the '-oast. Speak-
some^wonths  ago.    In  or ler to  pre-   service   of     the   Anglican   church   at lng of the outlook    in    Cariboo,    Mr,
pan   tor the Improved equipment, all  Jenftalem, a fluent speaker ami brij- does not lool< wilh much favo'  ul*>a
.,             . ,           ,           .     ,               .        ii;,,,,     lecturer such   la   in   brief   the the advent of tiie Guggenhc.ms thei*.
^^^^^ ^^^ the  machinery former!v   in   use.  has  il'un    n-<-iurw    sutn  is in  onei me
yesterday    and    discussed   ,,                  ,',       ,,    ,   ..,.            .  record of the Rev. W. R. Livingstone, He does not believe that much good
thi   proposed construction.             removed trom tne Buildings, and  & ^..^ ^ ^ ^^^ explo.er will result from it, bet, on the   con-
Mr, He:,; ,1,   arrived in , !,<��� clty ye8r j"  now  hon*"* '"  :i   <"'��i "'�����'���>���  she!-  an_, mIsslonary who ^irty yelrs^go &"*. he is of the opinion that it will
into a num.er of mat-  ter preparatory to shipping ll  up tli"   retired to his reward .after a life-long be a detriment to the country, because
"-    government is con-1 coast,  where it  will be used in some   fight   against  the  horrors  of Blavery of the fact that some of the repute I
? itself. Hi  took measurements  of the .smaller sawmills.                       and  '���'������- vices oi daruest  Africa. experts sent in by   them   have   not
of the ground on the wen side of the '    The introduction of new machinery      *�������� Livingstone, who was yesterday s*own a practical knowledge of min-
_    ,    j_^_^_^_^_^��� !��USe and  gathered  dau  with  was  decided   upon    at  the   time  the
' >��� "ne between here and -   the specifications     ne��   company," headed  by   \   l��   Mc
u      '        '      *    E '               ���        e,, pectedthe Fra- Ra,    of Winnipeg, and Senator'Jen-
01    lhl              ' ���               'dgewithaviewtoinstal- sen, of Jensen, Neb,   bought a con-
"      '                      ndJ' W. Davis, Usi              the benefit  of  trolling interesi  in the business, and
of the shingle mill firm   of Davis & tinmen, and street lights to the ap- \ the installation has heen  undertaken  vice at Holy Trinity church last eve-
ordained   vicar    ot    Baimon   Arm   by
Bishop Dart and  who leaves this a.i-
ernoon for that post has oirly been in
Canada  a   few months,   coming   hei
from Honolulu.   He attended the ser
Sons. ���   \i   j   ,
.
at a time when work was slack, and   uing.
ing and will give the country a "black
eye."
Deep placers are taking the place of
shallow placers, such as were vogue
when he went into the country, according to Mr. Moore, and alargeamount
of capital is required in the mining industry in consequence. But the would-
be experts and professors from techni-
e:.  .-.
��� ���    citj   yea
a   the  capital,
:.   i liffoi 1 had an
a'.,'
Gai             ovln-
who   bad
��� ok Into r e mat-
���   1 lights on the
1
in i streei
1.1 ���
th   bridge. Aid.
,.
Fui in- ss, supi r
��� -e also pre ��� nt
:    .
���
.��� nd ll was agree :
'
.,   Arm should b ���
ID
.ee l that
���.   ,  oposed con
enl  in Mr. Gam-
to   enabli   him
,   ifi,    ions
esti rday
���   pi in-  laid oui
���'
b   Igi   will  be
ti
dnlj
t step is to
tha    >, |ei -   in
' ������ city on Lul i     1-
'.    on   th--  market,
.  ���
��� . lyers   nr-   agre<
'    ""'"    ���   !   ' :'    '"!'1^'    ' ; '  "    ided ta advi��* the placing of'the demand for cut lumber had fallen' I" conversation  with the News last
" :"f,!' a"r|  A,"hl   Jl1 Gr*J    ���-��� - -               '           'ge  an:   two down    considerably.      Only   the   few night,   Mr.  Livingstone she j  light 01
'-":-  both with 01   Colum van  were needed  to move the a few of the many interesting situa-  cai colleges, who are ignorant of plac-
'������'-'    thi   board ery  from the    buildings have  tions In   which 'ne Jias  I i  during ��r mining, and who are sent'in to re-
' "                -:i   l- :i"   bridgi    n . been working around the big mill dur- the past few years, but th   record of  POrton mines, find no favor with him.
ed for the ci th    al      ,   path  leading  down ing the pasl few weeks. his   loings  in   the  Holj   Land is  by (Mr Moore is satisfied to take the opin-
'    ��f J. W. Davis & Sons' shin '"               A  platform   will   :,���   bulli A   D. McRae, president of the com- far  th.   most   Interesting.      He  was
gle mill owners, near Liverpool, and along tn
Flumi - millme
:i. i w,i miles
om one light to the . pany. is expected to arrive from the stationed in the diocese of Cyprus for
als,    madi   the Easi   today, and   will  remain in  the three years, during which time he had
north   of  !''>i't9B^n^^Hpe<i|eIe                                                               com- for  some   time    supervising  tli- to do in connection with
bave been han          ed in Heir bu         '    '                 work on the i earing work  which Is being done.    It is ex- hospital and  school work among the
teir lnabilil                                             -;   cemetery in Sap- pected  that he  will  make  a definite Jews  In  Jerusalem,   many    of wh em
a. e  a,;,, , .,,               .                          for whil         -   appropr:ation announcement   as  to  the date   when are    now    embracing    the Christian
I,                , ..,   ol   (Ci     ������'��� .       nadi              ���   .. tern -ae mills will be ready to resumi  ope- Ealth.   The Russian Jews are in the
ofl      ,   maln ���ne and mav   men rations, tajoritj  In the Holy city, many coin-
then be loaded at the pleasure of th ��� in6 there daily from Siberia.   The i
: ointed  o i
railwaj   men  tl       the i om any  w
���: ucting a !)>������.-,  lini    etwei
[Cli     ;     le, and thai  th    : ite
������   old   line       ��� ���   ���     ami
e  was sti i
irndei Ided
in \lew of thi fai ; thai II w il
be a greal misfortune to the mill ow n
, rs '>��� I ������'��� een here and Clovereeiale to
have the old Iim- abandoned, Mr,
\\ hite and his fi II iw deli gati a \ Igor-
i . advocated the contlnuanci ol
the Cloverdale-Xew Westminster ser-
Memorial is Unveiled
With Imposing Ceremony I
and of Cyprus is remarkable in that
I   mni'al   bv   th,-   Turks,  in.i.ibited^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���   Greeks, and controlled by the  Wscompany there was no
The   War  offlce   contributes
$000 towards the maintenance of one
1 Ing  that   pro-
UBSed   on    Monda,
I vill be submitted to the
��� future.
for a  bridge wide
oughfare and a rail-
I' for tram or steam
f -   usual  passage  tor
pWans.
 ^Bican priest, another givts his ser-
With  ii ���     ...���        and     Eu     ciples   which make   for  manhood and vices  free,   while  Archdeacon   Potter,
ta h    erected in  nationhood.      If you  would one day w*��  j* iu charge, is  both   gener us
...     vrthui   rim see Canada take her true place among a,uI  rich, and  contributes largely   to
by ih,   members of C       mies A and  tbe nations, give lier the best there the hospital and schools on the isl-
B,   Sixth   regiment,  D,  C   O  H.     was   is in j-ou.    Be manly, brave and true auJ-
isl  nighl al  the Armouries  ���to'God, yourself, the Hag   and the     Jerusalem, the Holy city, naturally
audience, country."    The speaker then asked a possesses a great interest for a ser-j
Ri     !  S. Henderson, in the absenci   blessing  on   all    assembled,  and   re- vani of the church, and Mr,  Living-
tion   it least, and the railwaj offlc the may.   .  who    was    prevenl   I   pfeated the Lord's Prayer, all present s;"'-'<  ---i-' a great deal to sa, on the
promised to recommend such a atep,    i       attending     ���  business of import-  listening    vith   bowed   heads subject  oi   Christian    work    ln  that
They also favorabl    considered    ibe'  ance,    .'pen,,   the ceremony  with  a     Tin  scene was T��ry Imposing when city,   in .addition to the Green church.
applications tor  sldlnga for  the  mill   brief speech.   "We are met  tonight,"  Col, J. G. Holme-, surrounded by his the Roman  Catholics and  the Angli-
owner-.    Mr. Costello staled thai his   he said In part, "tor a noble object���  staff, arose at the conclusion of the cans    maintain    mlssonarles, and    a
would   install sidings  along1 to  honor  the  memory of one of you   speech, saying a few words in which great   deal    of  work  is  being    de>in\
win, his fallen upon the field of bin-  he expressed  the    hope  thai   before Jerusalem  is  a  city  of about 40,000j
tie in defense of his country and his   very long the regiment would have a population, which is swelled to near-
Hag.      Deeds   like those  ol   Troop r   drill  hall more worthy to shelter the )>' 60,000 at Easter, when pilgrims ar-
Timlick  make the  history of a   regi-   tablet,    he  removed  the  Union Jack rive In large numbers.    It  maintains
  ' four   pilgrim   houses,     seventy   synagogues, many hotels, and four post of-
t E. I MNIMBUTES
;k tu hospital
ID    $600  towards the
thi   Royal Columbian
���  ��� e,i    yesterday  by
ibm ral  Managi r
H   c   Electric  nil
which  ar.,e n
1 ii    follows:
i e enclose cheque
��� o itrlbutlon from
> m    the  building
company
i heir   new    line   w here   need d.       He
considered   the   waterfrontage    along
the south side of the river to be v. ry
valuable,   and   especially   suitable   for
industries.
Mr while also took up with Mr,
Costello the mailer of Improving the
river. In view of the fact thai the
i;. \ l(. has considerable interests
here. Mr Costello promised to avals!
the River Improvemenl company in
their efforts to induce the gov. rnmenl  to deeiien the channel.
ion of practical mining engineers like
J. B. liobson. but some of the experts
sent in by the Guggenheims this
season are soundly condemned by him.
Last year, says Mr. Moore, a would-
be expert came to Cari .oo from New
York in the employ of the Guggenheims, for the purpose of examining
placer mines. He stood in the town of
Bullion with an opera glass and looked
at Spanish Creek mountains, eighty
miles distant, and on that reported I >
;old there.
This year another professor, from
Stanford University, visited Cariboo
for the same corporation to pro3ped
ami report on the placer mines. Wh 1
boring at Bullion his drill got stuck.
He could not remove it and had to get
one of Mr. Hobson's men to remove it
for him. This professor also reported
adversely on tlie mines.
The miners of Cariboo know very
well that these same mines that these
would-be authorities turned d iwn are
paying propositions, he says, when
properly equipped and in running order. These men are a detriment to the
country and such companies as tlie
Guggenheims should receive no favors
in any shape from the government of
British Columbia.
"We have vast areas of auriferous
gravels in Cariboo that will bear inspection from practical mining   m^n;
who know a mine when they see one.''
says Mr, Moore. f
IN MEM ORI AM
. new   Royal   Columbian
I i n voucher and re
J ��'in  meel   with evi ry
1 laudable  under-
o on rgi tioally tak
���   Van's  Invention.
'���'loni     waa    receive 1
1
Jenov ���**   through   the
I   Brittaln,    patent
"iver, granted t i ,T.
IVfl���, ' i, on a protective
I,   ��� QUmatlC   tires     of
bmi,,,, '    like     This   inven
Ipiectif, " * eel  nol    onlv    ihe
'   tiro from  pwictura
1 " ��-ear, bui has provl-
, ,, to prevenl skidding.
;'K''n to so ibslgn    ii
1 readily attached within existing lire, and
|M beta "  <,;i ��f   <lusl    or
;. i.;;,, :'   ami the cover
"'' "o   een a defect
I?0V| '���'��� -'   of this charac
Body Lies in St.itr.
Stockholm, Dec, 12, Commencing
loni,enow the gen< ral pu lie win be
admitted daily from 10 a. m. to I p.m.
to i be chapel iu i he palai e whi re the
boely of King Oscar will lie In Btate
At the head of the coffin will tan I
a general holding the royal Btandard
of Sweden, while al Inten nis ar iun I
the bier the grand marshal! of the
kingdom, the grand chamberlain, her
aids, und oilier officials and the
king's bodyguard, w ill ta! e th dr positions.
Up to the B. C. Government
Ottawa, Dec, 12) sir Wilfrl i La i
rler told Mr. Macdoneil, of Toroni .
iu the House today that If th Brltl h
Columbia government paBsed the Natal acl the Dominion, after II had
been Blgned by the Meutenant-Qover
nor, would give Its opinion on the
subji ct,     Thai would be the  proper
Illll"   lo  sa\   what   Bhould  be done.
POLICEMAN   SUSPECTED
Keys Were Left Handy and the Pris
oner Escaped Easily.
Regina, Dec, 11, A prisoner name I
VV, lieloii, alias Redding, who was senl
from Estevan, escaped from Hi i guardroom al the barracks yesierday morning and la still al large. Th - keys were
lefl lying about, il is allege!
man unlocked the door and
withoul  difficulty.    H  is suspected tha'
a policeman assisted In his escape and
thn e members of the force are -���
uud'.-1 arn st. ,_
TROOPER ARTHUR TIMLICK
South African Constabulary
Who Lost His Life Serving the Empire During
the Boer War in South Africa
Wounded al Dwarfslie, Transvaal, Nov. l">.
Died at Krugersdrop, Transvaal, Dec. 6, 'I
Erected tn the Members of
A and  B Companies, Sixth Regi.
D. C. O. R.
New Westminster, B, C,
HMSEIN SALARIES
IS HNALLY GRANTED
fices, one  Austrian, one French,  one
1 Russian and one Greek.
Cyprus is noted as a health resort,
many tourists docking there to , *,
cape the intense heat of Egypt
Mr Livingstone described the Roman Catholic church at the fool of the
.Mount  of Olives,    Here is to be 8.en
a   brass  table! containing inscriptions The regular monthly meeting of the
of the Lord's Prayer In forty-five Lan- School board  was held    at  the City
, iages,   This waa erected twenty five hall last night, with a full attendance,
years   ago.       Speaking   of  Cairo,   ilie Trustee   Peebles   ask, d   an   extension
missionary  poetically  described  it   as ot time on the specifications for tli i
being   -The brightest  gem  Inthe han new  lavatory,  which  was grante.I.  He
: ���  of the green fan of Egypt." also presented specifications for clear-
The   work   of  the   Green   church  In lng and   grading   the   new   West   Side
��� Holy Land is greatlj  appreciated school grounds, which were drawn up
by the priests of the Engliah church, by T.  Fnrness.    The thanks or the
and ever.,   help la given  b.\   the adher- School   board   was   tendered   Mr.   Fur-
ents of ih.' one religion to tho-e who llt,ss, and tho specifications received.
hold  different   theological  views,    an The increase In salaries for the en-
Interchahge of pulpits  nol  being in- suing year, amounting to almost twen-
frequent. ty percent in some cases, has finally
The drool, church has 6,000 adher- been granted.   Applications for poel-
| ents in the Holy city, the Roman Cath j tiona    on  the    teaching    siaff  frun
i,i c has 5,000, while thi
���inde:- a  thousand.
Anglican lias
ment, and the history of man.
nn ills' make       the   histoi \    ol
tion."
Montreal   Prefers Tinged  News.
Montreal,  Dec.  L2.���The council of
regi   which    had    bidden tbe tablel  from  the board of trade has decided to take
a na- view.   The monument is a very hand-  ."" action on the request of the Van
j'some  plate  of brass,   mounted   oi   a   couver board of trade that it  shoul 1
Messrs. D.  E. Johnstone and Charles
Saint, and Miss Helen I-'. Crake, were
received  and   Bled,
The passing of accounts amounting
to nearly $3,000 and the transaction
of routine business kept the board In
session  until  nearly  midnight.
and the
. Bcaped
now
The statement ot Business of the
Canadian Hank of Commerce tor the
year ending Nov. 30, 1907, is at hand,
and  contains  some  very encouraging
New  Westminster should be proudl frame of dark oak. join them In an appeal to the govern-!
oi her citizens,   Many of ihem today      Present on the platform, represent- ment  for assistance in the esta'lish-l
are   more   than   holding   Iheir  own   In   ing tlie city of N'ew Westminster,were menl   of   a   capable     service   for   the
the   greal   Institutions    Of    learning;    Aldermen  Cray,   Shiles,   Henley     and Canadian   newspapers,   the   allegation
otherB are prominent in athletics; and  Jardine, and City Clerk W. A. Duncan, being that   the  present  service  was  lls"n,s'    l]w n<>' pr<,fi,s for th" yc'xr'
When the  call  came  tor  men   to  take   Among the military men present WfiM contaminated  by  an  American  tinge.   ' aH,r  Provldm8  for  M hiU]  ov lloubt-
up   their arms  and   shed   their  blood | the staff of Col. Holmes, Major Boult-	
iu   defense  of  the  nation,  who  were
before the men of the Royal city?
'Canada is the youngest of the nations, inn foremost in preserving the
Integrity of her country, i congratulate the men of this regiment, and
the   men  of  Ihis  country.    They  are
brave, strong, and true In those prln-
ful debts, plus the halance of credit
brought forward from the profit and
loss account of last year, totals $1,-
865,912.10.    This has been approprtat-
bee, commanding the Sixth regiment; Ladies Must Doff Hats.
Major ,1. R. The, and LleUt. H. Brit-      Winnipeg, Dec. 12���The ladies at-j
m!;. ?P1"p Y' m m"T!!' iU"1 ,<muU,,!; tte Central Cowgational ed as follows: Dividends Nos. 80, 81;
Lk.ts. t, B. Corhould H. A. Wilson,  ,,lim.���.  Winnipeg,  will  he requested  gS| an�� 83, at eight per ce.lt per an-
1.  C.   luck, and  A. .1.  Leamy, ol   the   (o  ,,,���������,.  ,,,rlr  hatS  during th'  so,--   ,���������. jsi���, ,   wrilk,tl ()IT lunii.  ))lvnl
Sixth regiment, were on duty.    Abou.   vlce.    This announcement   was madejues, 1350.000;  transferred to pens! n
fund   (annual   contribution),   $30,000;
balance carried  forward, $075 912.10-
fifty   t-on-coms.   and  men,  a.,d   slxiy  last Sunday by Rev. J. L. Gordon, the
civilians were also pr.sent. pastor.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Condensed
Advertisements
TJIOUND���STRING OF sm::.i.s.
-*- With pearl heart in centre. Apply The News.
FOR SALE���PIANO, PRACTICAL-
ly new; owner moving east;
must sell. Address M. C. M., N'ews
nffice.
J'OR   SALE���2     STORIED  HOIS':
on corner lot,  Carnarvon st
Ten '.-,.uns, bath, furnace, stone foundation.   Price $5,5oo.   Apply z., P. 0.
Box 693.
FOUND���OLD BRINDLE COW. IF
not called for in two weeks, will
sell to defray expenses. A. Mackvay,
Burnaby Lake.
FOR SALE-ONE FUNK &. WAG-
nails Standard  Dictionary    Subscription edition. Apply, Daily News.
GOt > 11 .1A PA N BSE W O M A N
wants situation to do cooking
aud housework and washing. Apply
Japanese House, P. 0. Box 111, New
Westminster.
WORKMEN WARNED
Of ACTUAL CONDITIONS
Take a Cup Cook's      Northern
         . Of   " B 0 V R I L "   at
"Keep   Away"   N#tice   is [eleven o'clock a,
Posted by Miner's Union
In Boundary District.
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FOR SALE
537,  New
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West-
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JAPANESE      BOY      ATTENDiNG
school wants work with good family  in   return  for  room    and   hoard,
Apply Box 545, city.
JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
eral housework for month, or
wa: bin^ clothes by the day. Apply to
S. Matsumura, P. 0. Hox 296, city.
POSITION WANTED AS WORK-
���*��� lng housekeeper; go ed cook.
Apply at News offlce.
LOST���GREENISH COLORED   Overcoat on  Saturday  night.    Reward.    Finder return to Central hotel.
TO RENT���ONE FURNISHED BED-
room,  near  Library.    Apply   287
Victoria   street.
m. or p. m.
it does not matter which.
It will give you vigor and
Ph e aix, Dec. 12.���At a  largely at- |
tended meeting of the Phoenix board energy.     BUT See it is
of trade,   representing  the   important
business interests of the city, a eom-'
mittee headed by D. Matheson. mayor,
was appointed on a  diplomatic mis-1
sion to interview the management of
the Granby company and Miners' nni-1
on,  to see if the  two    could nor   !�������
brought together in the present labor
difficulties.
The committee returned from Grand
Forks last night, after interviewing
A.B.W.Hodges,local  manager of thej       -
Granby   company,  who    expressed   a | and grocers in 1 OZ.,   20Z.,   4
willingness to meet the Miners'union Q , ,        .
committee. The delegates of the board   0Zl> �� 0Z* and IC) OZ.   DOltleS.
of  trade expect   to interview  the of-7
; ficials oi  the Miners' union today to
see if a meeting cannot be arranged
While    the    mayor's  committee is j most economical
lion-committal as  yet, the hope is ex-J
pressed that an arrangement between
the miners and the company will be
the outcome of thi> negotiations.
Each day brings a new phase In
sm< Iter and labor troubles here. The
Western Federation of Miners has jus-
beef is in Bovril.
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion     Trust    Building
Opposite Post Office
Grand Trunk Ry.
supplied    by   druggists!  Excellent Train Service Between
' Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
The larger sizes are the Montl.ea)> Q^
Portland, Boston,
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANiJ ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on  sale    to  all
European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Tri>
Rates   to   Southern   CaliTornia.
For t'i.1 Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St.. Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Portland. Ore.
���-.-.
Canadian Pacific Rai,
���'itl.h  Colurrt ,   - . "
Ser.   .,      6t Lln,
SKAGWAY. JL
PRINCE .
S.S   P.- .
Leaves Vanco
tag dale,-:
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26; Lv. Victo
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Nov
.Vm
Dec
Dec
Jan. 9
Jan. 25
Peb.   :i
Feb.  IM
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posted   the   following  noti,-,-:
'Lockout: workmen keep.awayfron
the Boundarj district of British Columbia, the Granby company is attempting to cut wages here. Hundreds of men idle here. Take no not i.ot' newspaper reports to the contrary."
The Granby company still maintains
that  the   blowing-in  of  the   furnaces
will take place immediately, hut cannot state the exact date.    There has I stimulates,
as yet been no attempt at a riot heie.!
although   special   police   are still on ]      ~~    ������
duty,
BOVRIL is guaranteed tO ��� Ami ali th(' Principal busin. sscentersof
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim*1 Tables, etc., address
VAOX,
j be a  pure   preparation   of
prime beef and all that is in
Solid Extracts of beef contain the flavor and stimulating elements of meat only.
BOVRIL   nourishes   and
GEO.   W.
Assistant Gen'l Passeng ,  and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
S
i
TRAYED LAST WEEK A SMALL j
dark    sorrel!     horse'.      Notify   F.
Reichenbach, Xew Westminster.
WANTED���YOUNG LADY, JUST
: school preferred, to take
can of offlce. Apply n. c.. Dally
X \vs_ offlce.
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers. .Manufacturers, and Dealers in Ladies' and Gents'
FINE  HAIR  COOn.S
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and    Switches.
TT7 NTED���YOUNG   MAN   WANTS
''a  room  containing    a stove  or
grate,   in  private   residence,;   vicinity''
of Sixth street and Royal avenue pro-1
ferred.    Leave replies al   Xews offlce. j
TXT ANTED���POSITION    AS    FIRE-
���"    man or warehouseman in west.'
Address the News.
Ty ANTED���POSITION   AS   PRESS
**     man  or helper.      Address  The!
News.
WANTED���POSITION  AS  SALES-1
lady,  or  as  nurse  for Invalid. |
Apply at this offlce for address.
,  '
WANTED���A NUMBER OF tiRST
j-lass laborers.    Apply to Qnlg
ley, near Small & Bucklln's,
Marcel Wave. Bleaching and Dye'
Ing. Manicure and Massage, Chi odj
and Scalp Treatment.
436 Granville St.
Vancouver, B. C.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New W����tmln��t��r   M.C
Spokane Fails & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
|       Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route betwten all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'ric and O. R.
| & X. Co.
Connects at Rossland ��'ith the Can-
> lan Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage  r"iily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon i oute
I for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN
WHITE    HORSE,    DAWSON    and
FAIRBANKS.     Daily  trains   (excepl
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with
-tages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
Foi   information  apply  to
J.   H.   ROGERS,   .Traffic   Managei
Vancouver.   B.   r
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
IOOI.
Leave
:   9.20 a.m.
] 12.25 p.m.
9.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane  ... .7.15 p.m.
..Rossland   4.10 p.m.
.. .Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A   MCKSON
Fa��nlly
Tel.  113.
NEW
Trade a Specialty.
Office   Eighth
WESTMINSTER.   1.
8treet
C.
car       ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY       NE
If You've lost Anything
1
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WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Everv Day m the Yeii
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIX OF FAME
THE NORTH WESTERN, LTD
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
beith electricity and gas;, the mosl
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private <-ompartinent cars, standard
.6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
.ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches anil buffet, Ii
brarv  and  smoking  cars.
For   Time  Tables,   Folders,   or  any
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wiih
COOKSLEY'S
Well   Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
ai New Westminster and dist-ici
On Sale at
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon s   Cigar   Divan
x Advertise tne town we live 1,1 Ij
mailing Picture Poat Cards to yo��'i
friends.
laily,
���24
WANTED���BY      YOUNG     LADY,
room am! board, convenient '0
post offlce.    Apply K.. Box 693.
WANTED���POSITION AS HOTEL
Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good experience; best of references. Apply
(!., P. O. Box ��93.
YDI'NC  JAPANESE HOY   WANTS]
situation  as  house  boy;   honest,
and intelligent; speaks good English, j
Addr ss    Q,  NISHI      P.  0,   Box   II I
Now   Westminster
DU. H \TI1KH1.Y, Opticl in und doctor   of   Ophthalmolgy.     Cures
\, 1 \   1-  and Chronic  Headaches    by
<gg*\.-i. iii 11111,-.     pres iribe 1     gla   e
yffi^ P 1 ]"yu "'- siMl1   st- Murchie
bloi k, New Westminsi 1 ������
NOTICE.
WE HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUB-
lie 1 bi ��� after this ,i ite ill orders tor
wood will have te, be accompanied by
CASH.
(Sign, di    BELYEA  & CO,
LOUIS  WILLIAMS.
\VILISKI.   SMITH.
December a, Li'IT.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.   Adams,   Grocer
Ladies' Oold Watched   from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition,    Ml warranted
Chains, Rings, .iewolry. etc., etc.
Watch repairing; tharges reasonable. I
VANCOUVER  V  Jl ,
SS    Pric,-.-.
Leaves Vai ��� ,
irrives al Vici
Leaves Victoi
' rives  Vain ouvi   * a
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   RoUTe
S.S. Princess B iat  .-
Leaves  VIctOI. ,
Cept  .Momfu.. .
in   dail)  exci       M
Leaves .~;e.,--..
cepl  Mond 1.-.
dailj excepl 'i .���
VICTORIA      NEW .���
ROUTE.
Steamer   R    p   p ��� ...
To Vlctorl 1
7  .un
Prom   Vh to
7 a 111
WEST   C ,- ST jte
S S   Teea
I., avert  \'a to
of each month f a
ui Harbor and ���
month  for Quati
-"th ol each mom ��� ,
sino, Cape Scotl
VANCOUVEH-NANA  MO   ROUT
S. S. Joan
Leaves   Vane,,
excepl   Han I   ; .     Fr 1       -. ;-
leaves   al  1  p
7  a   ni.
UPPER  FRASE?  RIVER |
S. S. Beavs-
Leaves New   v. ���
Mon,lays, Wednes
Leaves CWUiwa |
Thursday   and   Saturdays        ng
landings   b< -.��� een       * J
and Chiiliwack.
IV :
Rainona���
Prnrn N. W. Tu., T I
Prom Chwk. Sun.,        1 , Prl..
LOWER   FRASER   Rl /ER ":
S. S. Transfer.
Lea,,--.   New    \\
cepl Sunday al 2
trip MoiHai   at   5   ,  1
Leaves Stevi T'lt-sial
u eln,.seja;,,   Thui ���'. Saturdf
at 7 a, in.; Fi Ida Id .2
trip  Saturdu..   .",   :     ������.
NORTHERN   B, C   ROUTE
S.S.   Amur
From Wlbtorla 11 ,�� m   I d sod III
from    Vancouver    .'    3   P ni..
and   K.th  of  each   m mth, culiiaj
Skldcgate on flrst trip ��nd Bella C��
on second' trip.
RIVERS INLET. VAN ANDA, LUN|
ETC
S. S. Queen Ceiy.
From Victoria S p  m  ��������� t; Tuesday
from  Vancouver 9 a   m  every m
aesday.     Returning       /es al W
couver Sunday afternoon   ,��� virif'l
Monday   urornin;;
VICTORIA-NANAIM0        NANAIMO
COIVTOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S^. City of Nanalmo.
Leaves. Victoria l.i    1       'I
rives Nanaimo i p m
Leave* Nanalm 1  -1 "I
arrives  Victoria  9  f    a
For   reservrtt! ui 1   and   Infortnit^
call or address
KP   OOULET,
At?eni   N'ew WflStmlniW
I     1   COYLE
Aast. Oen. Pass   A|        <
.1   V
General Sunerintei   mt, Victoria
Trains & Steamer
1
10:1
,-  ok
C P.R.   MAIN  LINE
Leave  New   We
I 15:15, 17:20, 18; 40
Arrive     .\ev,      We
12: IB, 18:30, IS:25, 1
Overland     1 -
I leaves   IB; 15, ,.
GREAT NORTHERN RA|Jj��'J
1 Lv. N. W. B.20a.m.: ar, Bea 11
Lt. N. W. 1,86 ii.in.. ar Beatu��
p.m.
V   W   & I.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N.W. 3 p.m. and 9:B5 p. *
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 n.ni.. Wd 4J   I
O. N. K.-POUT ''l"!1',,,,^
Leave New Westmiaste
arrive Guichon 6 p��'
Leave Guichon 8 "  :11
New Westminsi er 8: 10 1 "
Mondays. Wednesdays �������
_ilir>*itvii,ri -aJtMiiiiiM-to-iiiffS
arrive�������
FriiUI'l
;_VANC01^
LT.  New Westminster 5.50
and 8 a. m., and every nail
after till 11 P- m. ...,., d
Lv. Vancouver tor
same heurs.
B. C. ELBCTItlC-VAi"-���550,11
Westmin""
ADVERTISE IN W |fllCAY'
iS
THE DAILY XEWS.
PAGE THREE
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New Ones?
Whether you do or not it will pay you to buy now. Pay us the cash for your
Shoes while this great Sale is on and they are yours at a reduction of from 10 to 35
per cent. Profits are nothing- to us these days as we are sacrificing them in order to
reduce our great stock which we bought in anticipation of a hard season on Shoes, but
which has failed to satisfy our expectations.
We have shod hundreds of people during the past two^weeks of our Sale, every
one of whom was a satisfied customer. We have barrels of shoes left yet and plenty
on the road, so, for the balance of our sale they will be thrown on the market
regardless of profits.
Special Values To-day for Our country Customers
Great Reductions in Gum P>oots, Men's heavy wet weather working Boots, Prospector's
Roots and all classes of Footwear.
To
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SH"*' rsr
ffiS|SS8��s
v^SE?
iif uro
Will be a hummer with us if Prices count for anything. No matter who you are,
���r whatever may be your Shoe want, you'll be agreeably surprised at the nice sum in
'change".which we hand you back off the Regular Price on any Shoe in the Store.
See Our Windows for Prices, They'll Interest You
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THE CURSE OF INDIA
CASTE    WHICH    FIXES   THE    STATUS
OF  EVERY   HINDOO.
%��i Mon (an _ti����- l ri.iu the Class,
Howerer Vaelesut, In Which ne
V. ���� Hi.rn���\> , iicr Wealth Ifor Sue-
<����������,*  Affect*  Hit- (null- of   Iny One.
Iii the fixed - iale ot descent in India
some classes nre merely Inferior, while
some .'ire "unclean" or "untouchable,"
but from whatsoever class a man be
born in be bus no escape 'eiit death.
Children born in nn "unclean" cuere
ri'imiiii "unclean;" children born in an
inferior caste remain as their fathers
were. Nothing that they can do ran
in the slightest degree change their
situation. They were born "unclean;"
their ancestors were "unclean;" their
descendants will be "unclean" till the
end of the chapter.
To give a few illustrations from
many, a weaver ls less "unclean" than
a carpenter, a carpenter is above a
house cleaner, a house cleaner Is above
a street cleaner, and a street cleaner is
above a pariah or no caste man. Every
trade or ocoapatlon has Its exact place,
arbitrarily fixed, In the scale of degradation.
Above nil the men tnat labor with
their hands in whatsoever way are
the tradesmen and shopkeepers, also
with subdivisions Into classes; above
the tradesmen is tbe useless and now
almost Idle warrior class; above the
warriors is the Brahman or priestly
class, a'vl witli these grand division!
the structure of the system is complete.
Wealth or material situation or sue
cess has nothing to do with Ihe caste of
any man. You may hire for your cook
or valet a Brahman of the purest straiu
serene, who for weeks beforfc you engaged him-i iny have been on the verge
of ��� .-��� ������ The meager beggar to
wii mi you : e^s alms in the road may
be of a very high caste. The well fed
groom, res] endent In gorgeous livery
fl i i lng by on a carriage that covers
Ui | g a :��� .- Ith du i. is very likely of
a caste ii it- e below the beggar. Time
no more than effort can break down
these walls of division. One of the
wealthiest and most distinguished families In Calcutta, the famous Tagore
family, lost caste about tw,, centuries
ago. Members of this family have received honor from the government,
bave conferred great benefits upon city
and country nnd have been noted for
their numerous charities and benefac-
tie ns. One exerted himself all his life
;,, further native education. Another
bellied to endow Calcutta university.
All are enormously rich, and all bear
enviable reputations for g Iness, honesty and philanthropy, But the wall of
caste has never fallen tor them. They
are still hated aud avoided by their
countrymen exactly as they were at
tbe beginning of their exclusion, lu the
streets of Calcutta is many a ragged
artisan that would not sit on the same
bench with a Tap,re or touch tbe end
of his robe.
Pain, suffering, penury, even death
itself, is nothing to the Hindoo compared with the loss of caste. Many a
Hindoo that in the old days would
yield nothing to the most fiendish tor
tares quickly surrendered his secrets
when threatened with something that
would contaminate him���a piece cf
cowskln, perhaps, or a glass of water
that had been touched by a pariah. In.
I suppose, thousands of cases persoas
that have hopelessly lost their cast��
have abandoned their homes and wandered miserably nloug the roads until
death overtook them. Thousands of
others have thrown tjjenisolvys[into the,
Ganges or delibettteif starvt-S. __.
Three Brahman girls who had been
degraded by a Mussulman went before
a judge to demand vengeance and
when tbe judge declined to Interfere
killed themselves In tbe courtroom.
At a town called Buj Buj a widow
lost caste by falling in love with a
man beneath ber. As loss of caste by
one member of the family degrades
the others also, ber eldest son immediately swallowed poison aud died,
and his remaining brethren fled the
country.
A husband shares a wife's degradation. A wife goes down the steps with
a husband. For more than 100 years
ii Brahman family of Bantlpur has
been outcaste because oue member fell
In love witli the daughter of a shoemaker.���Charles) Edward l.us-.ell ln
Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Pronunciation,
Here is a curious couplet which illustrates In one sentence the various values of tho combination "ough" ttnd
shows how strikingly inconsistent are
the spelling and pronunciation of some
English words. The lines may be supposed to be the words of nn invalid
who had a strong will and was determined to live iu spite of bis ailment:
Though   tho   lough   rough   and   hiccough
ploughed me through,
Vm   o'er   life's   lough  my  course   I  will
pursue.
not nml Cnlil.
Pete Persimmon ��� Yens, Ah reckon
Ah am fated to be a bachelor. Ah
luhed a gal once, but she threw cold
watah on mali suit. Henry Ham-
Well, dat's bettab den gettin' mabbied
cn habtn' yo' wife throw hot watah on
yo' suit. Dat's wtiat mine does ebry
time I stay out after 10.��� Chicago
News.
The (nnor uf Tronhle.
She���1 can't understand why Lord
Busted wnnts a divorce. His wife had
half a million when he married her.
lie- Yes, and she's got every penny
of it still. Thnt's tbe trou ble.-Pin*-
Me I'p.
Constant complaint! nevw get pity.-
German Proverb.
\ PAGE FOUR
t:ie daily news.
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TOYS!       TOYS!       TOYS! ���
TENDERS WANTED
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Ten .
and grading
street.
re  invl ed    tor    cle rin?
three or more lots on Tth
Don't  forget  thai   W*) have a full line  of  Toys,  all  new  stock,  v.
we an   selling al  less than eastern prices.
Our line of Dolls at $1.00 and $1.50 can't  be equalled.
PRICES ARE RIGHT
Every FRIDAY we have a  special sale of Choice Home-Made Can
dies.
SATURDAY we will sell a 1   .
Two  for a quarte:- at 3 for 25c.
brand       lOi   Cigars a: 4 for 25c.
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Particulars on  application to
MALINS, COULTHARD & CO. Ld.
FOR SALE
Phone 310.
C. A. McKILLOP,
SUCCESSOR TO  R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
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THE DAILY NEwS
Publi
shed by
the Daily News Pub-
lishlng
Compan
y,   Limited,
���it     tier
Offa es,
corner
of   Sixth   an
I     Flout
streets
Xew  \\
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. . . Manaoing
Director
as .-*���
FRIDAY,  DEC.  13.  13C?
j together. The feeling of repulsion and
reaction which the contemplation of
the ugly realities of socialism bas Inspired has undoubtedly impressed socialist leaders with the necessity (or
caution, hence the remarks of Mr,
MacDonald thai the labor party is not
a socialist party. Men are beginning
lo realize where socialism is driving
them and be__i| ite t 1 take such a
plunge as is   lemanded.
The realization of whi I socialism
re ill, Is has led to wholesale del ata
nf the labor party al the municip 1!
polls,  and In  Eugland municipal elec-
THE  ROYAL ASSENT,
rhe -    hh ildinj    . the royal as   al
to the immigration acl    whicn, fn m tion                                       Bhows I  ���-
the sti (be Hon. Mr. Scott, trend of public opinion.   Once  m re
and   the   production  ol   telegrams  to thai trend has been again :   ab rand
and   from    the   Lieutenant-Governor, socialism.
wh n Premier McBridi t ... Otta- England bas to be pi te - i igainst
wa gettin. Sir Wilfrid's c ns a to .socialism, which, says the Stan ard
appear and be heard i.i London, we one 01' England's U-aeinm newspap rs,
considered al the time pointed to an ',vi" remain always the same. "n
agreemenl between the representative ui" always be the socialism of the
of the Crown and his c'uiel adviser, French revolution and the Commune,
Premier McBrlde, and thai on th ��� one the socialism of Herve and the Con-
hand il was simpl; a gallery phy to i-V1'"1'1'1' school���a doctrine of pure
boos: a member and shul off opposi- materialism, to be imposed by force
tion ai the bye-election on hie enter- aui1 maintained by tyranny. It wii:
ing the cabinet, or on the other hanj always moan piracy and bio dshed In
the repeated disallowance for persona] the end." England is fighting the bat-
reason!: caused the Lieutenant-Gover- tie well, and victory will ultimat Iy
nor to inform Mr, .McBride of his In- ;'' ':H' reward of tbe army of order
tentibn to withhold the Royal Assent. :l'!i1 progress as represented by the
The premier, knowing this, allowed Unionist party.
the bill to pass ita various stages _ts -
practically a governmenl bill, Because London, Deo. 12.���Grave anxiet. .
although introduced by Mr, Bowser, a l'",t !h >'" regarding the condition of
private member al thai time, it called '���'"''' Kelvin, the famous sei ntist, H
for an expenditure of public money, has been ill for some time, and t   iay
Asiatic
Exclusion  League
OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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IX
EAGLE'S HALL
Important   business.
and of necessity bad to have the consent of the government,  and  it thus
beeame a government measure.   Now
ii  Mr, Mi i:.. le was able t , state in
1 >ttawa some  time 1 efore the- legislature 1 1 rog ied that he knew thai c< n
senl would   e withheld to this govern-
in, ;i;  bill passed unanimously By the
egislature, then  we say that constitutionally he was responsible for having retained office und, r .such circumstances and  he certainly  missed the
chance of a  lifetime In nm going to
the country because the leader of th i
opposition,   had    he    had    sufficient
strength   In   the   house,  would   have
been  sagacious  enough   not   to  have
become responsible  for  the   Lieutenant-Governor's  act   by accepting  the
task of forming a ministry,   No mat-  ���
ter which way you look at the ebtang-
lement, you musl  inevitably cast thei
blame men Premier McBride, in any
;������'' ���'      cl(      -���.���-.-.,-:,-   i-   dem iaded
by the facts so far ... ide pu lie under
the    immigration   enquiry,    an i    ths
Lii  itenant-Governor  and  t he  premb r
:.   I        ���       eai ���:   "       1    and
oni   oi   ih    ol hi ��� 1   si ;n,
LABOR   AND   SOCIALISM.
A   straw,   11   is  said,   will   show in
which diri    ion the wind  is  : 1 iwing,
and   receni   utterances  by  a   prominenl  membi the  la   ir     irtj   In
Eng      :        pi   that ths     iel       cl isa
labi 1      not  too   well
ol    their
Ihr        :.   he Hou?e of
I e 1 labor
Lelcesi      b             itlj  as-
-         ' nol
Tie I
Iti
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���    e-     a
ifi'    nexl lon ��� ���   1     nt,  the
cham ���       ..-������    that a trad     unioi
who is   1101  a  s iclalls!  wlll be  ;     11
men ia     ol   tho   party.    If
m ;.: anythlnj i! m in i thai
the labor party are seriously content-
platins 0 11 ting Keir Hard! - from his
position as chairman of the  party.
' There was a time," said M r, MacDonald, "when the;   used to fij?ht on
he was reported  to be worse.
NOTICE
All interested are invited to attend,
T. TURNBULL, President.
J.  D.  TAYLOR,   .Sec- lary.
TURNBULL'S
BAKERY
4th and Columbia Sts.
li the    heifer   Jersey    1 aif    ������      h
strayed to my premises on or   a  oul
the 25, of November i,-  nol    clai
before Friday the 13th, it will be 3 - I
to d< fray expenses,
JOHN"   TRAVERS,
Sapperton.
All kinds of fancy pastry.
First class candies.   Fresh
taffy. G. B. chocolates.
Bread 5c per loaf.
The Best of Everything
_        , Come and have a look at
GOOCI IO Eat        ' our Xmas Cake before buy-
* -       I ing elsewhere.
At  KENNY'S  Cafe 130c per pound.        It i_ good
You'll have mpne1
buy those
led- to
ristm&s
resent*
Copy ritjkt, I9o7
N.Y.
Watch Guessing Competition
FRESH   FISH
Fresh TOM   CODS
Fresh WHITINGS
Fresh HERRINGS
Fresh LEN   COD
Fresh HALIBUT
Fresh SOLES
Fresh BALED CRABS
SMOKED FISH
Smoked   SALMON
Smoked   HALIBUT
Smoked   KIPPERS
Smoked  BLOATERS
Smoked  COD
���AT���
ROYAL CITY FISH CO.
Telephone 40.
BOYS
We have placed in our window
one 15 jewel Horace Dorer movement
in a silver case which will be wound
full on Friday night at 10 p.m. This
watch will be given to the boy whose
guess is the nearest to the exact
number of hours, minutes and seconds this watch runs.
You are to till in the ticket below and mail or bring it to our store
Saturday, Dec. 14, between the hours
of 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.
One   Boy One Guess.
1st prize Boy's Silver Watch 15 jewel
2nd prize, Gold Scarf Pin.
3rd prize, Fountain Pen.
GIRLS
watch
,v
be
We have placed  in
one 11 K   gold   filled   |;
which will be wound fu
night at 10 p.m.   This .
given to the girl whos
nearest to the exact number i f hours
minutes and seconds that tl
runs.
You are to  fill in the l
low, mail or   bring it   to  ou
Saturday,  Dec.   14th,   beti
hours of 8 a.m. and 1 p. m.
One Girl  One  Guess
1st prize, Lady's Gold Filled \\
2nd prize. Solid Gold Brooch.
3rd prize, Lady's Belt Buckle.
HOURS
MINUTES
SE< ONDS
Name. ..
Address,
HOIKS
MINUT
Name...
Address.
HORACE DORER,     Diamond Merchant,      Columbia St
A General Meeting
will be held
Monday Evening, Dec. 16
RINTING
11 ve your printing -'; in In
town by the Ioca: :;;��� I ��� ���
high grade prlnti . - ���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS
U IC
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New anl
second - hand tables and supplies In
stock.
R.   H.   CLJBURft
P    :. ���  A.2698. P   ii   Bos   I I -
Bowling   Ulej.   Pi tulei   St.
VANCOUVER
Agent   for   Messrs.  S im i '   M 13   ,..���
Co., Toronto.
Market  Vendors
Farmers and other out of town residents, aro invited So visit the latest.
and most up-to-date Barber Shop i.i
Xew  Westminster'.
Ife Hub Tonsorial Parle r
J. R. Coon. Prop.
A handsome washbowl,  .Kiel  with
hot and cold water, has been trj3t-.il!-
ed* on the premises, and the public is
invited  to make  use of this  conv ni
ence.     N'o   charge   made.
Get Established
nam
13      1     ime 1            ���   1        ���           ofll  ol  ������ ��� -"
ich a ositlon.    Ni \  Eta ..��������� on Fifth   1
; ���. e , -  1 ach  86x132  feet.    You can bi 11
Ul 1 I 1700 tot this propi   I      G
Into It.
DOMINION TRUSI COMPAN?
THOS.
REAL ESTATE-
R. PEARSON.
o.r:<J ���
Manager
 INSURANC1
���������������_���������
XMAS
Dressing Case
ALL   PRICES
I RYALL'S
Eyes Tested Eree.
MTU.  DKESSET.:-
yOU      WILL     HAVE    MOJVZy     LEFT     TO     SUy
CH-RfSTMAS     VRE3EJ\TS     IF      yOU     SVy      ifOUH
CLOTHES FT.OM US.  BECAUSE  WE  WILL SA VE VOU
lu   hoped  they   were not  ENOUGH OJS A SLIT OH.   OVEHCOAT   FOU   yOU   TO
on  the  verge of a  iim,-    when  they AFFOW2) TO ctvE T-RESEJ*TS TO you-R FTtlEJVDS.
would simply vilify each othei- in order  to gain  Pyrrhic  victories either| THEKE IS MO USE   THHOWIJWG   yoUTt  J*tOJVEy
AW Ay.   $15.00  WILL "BUy A  GOOD.   WELL   CUT.   ALL
Recital...   j
-BY
Miss Helen Badgely
Entertainer and   Dramatic   Reader
AXD
Miss Mae Dickinson
Guitar and   Vocal   Soloist
A.M)
Mr. Piercy
XMAS IS COMING!
GLADDEN YOUR YOUNGSTERS' HEARTS
By Ordering
A Christmas Tree,
From
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
Elocutionist
Under thi
College.
ol     ',,...
SiiiMIAl, iiiLOiliiif 16
In College    Gymnasium
Admission
50 Cents
We nill di liver al os ho
:���' od bui; topi -i,,in 50c u
or phone 5 eur order i" th<
the  I.���lir. and delivery will I,
���    . e ��� ��� ,i:        ���    ���
1      LCCOl ; ������     ' '
rflce <,f F. .1. Harl  &  Co
promptlj mad ��� on Che
1352
P, S.   Special ratos to Sunday Schools and CharitD
The fraser Valley Nurseries, ltd.
Phones:  A352;   109; 88.
victories either
municipally or tor parliament." Nevertheless  this  i.s just  what  laboriles
are   doing,   and     therby
game of the socialist.
Tlie gospel of light to which reference is made is socialism, and small
wonder is it thai men and women
hesitate to accept it when even Mr.
Blatchford, the uncompromising, the
outspoken, more insistently and em
iihatlcally than anyone else, has
shown lhat atheism must be the basis
of socialism, because socialism and
Christianity can noi live in the world
playing the   WOOL SUIT OF CLOTHES  OK. A/* OWEHCOAT FHOM
us  ajvt) if you -PAy  us S20.00 on S2S.00   you
WILL GET CLOTHES THAT   WILL  MAKE   yOU  FEEL
LIKE  A   MtLLIOMAFRE.
H. L DeBECK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Bowell & Oddy
ww hi mjiff aD(| TIMOTHY
w. S. CO'RTIS,
Manager-
PHONE B 284
Choice   Meats   and Chickens  always
on hand.
Corner  Eighth  St.  and    Fifth  Avenue
THE CLOTHIER.
W      ADVERTISE      VI
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
If you Need  Anything.
I have choice upland prairie Hay
and Timothy, also Oats, Wheat, and
Feed to offer ln ear lots.
Delivered    prici h Riven  on  request.
D. C. HOFFMAN,
e
iuMf
CALGARY
Not from
OttawaorJaPan|
Can you  hope to ft'
this cheap labor quest""11
Just   have your garffljjj
with the li'Mon W"
attached,  niadefiy ��� ,
J. N. AITCHISOJ
Columbia St.      *�� W������^
*&L;.i., IDA*
DEC 13. 1907
the Daily news,
page errs
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The Cash Stores
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���'������
��� i     ���    irlces j ied   .. .,��� ,i you I ood uu
.  e  loes what it adv< - ��� ���>
.   ... ��� days till Xma��, and    he     ��� [regains    usual
as early as s ou can.
e -   Stoles, satin llm I, deep   ci
clearing at..  $3.75
���    Hare Stoles, suitable I M l<     '         $1.75
tn Hare Throws, glo brov .       id satin lln
' -��� ' $2.75
M irm il  b i b, Stole     Scarl    md earing at..,
 KRO        $2.75. $5 75, $6.75. $9.25 and $14.50
\  75c wide fancy
y'       I   / ribbons at 25c
TT  "��mi
'���',.
...   I
S      i iffeta and S il n Duch
ess Ribbon, black and  white
Btrlpes, dots and plaids, navj
anel white, brown and white,
, i I    dark   shades   of
Dres ;<m     Ribb n,   ���' in      Gin,
: inches wl I .    regular
75c   50c an 1 40c.     For   two
Spei lal   , le n in;; |,r'ce
 25c  a  yard.
������������^.(^^���������������������^���������������������������������<
T.  H.   SMITH
lefflraassas
���fWVfcvwV,-!^'* l
Canadian   Mink  Selling
for Less
;      -e Sea is. Stolea aad  Mui I $55 and $68.03
,,  =;' 00 Large isi ella    Fox    Sto   s    and    Mufl
���    $22.00, $27.50 and  $35.00
>�������,,�������������������������
Phone   105
II
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SO
OAL! COAL!
New Wellington and Blacksmith's
COAL
LAYERS y PRESTON
|K: FRONT "^STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -  ���
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FR��NT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
. .(juetti    or  fun-
I lone  T.   Davies  &
.   B- 208- ������"
irblti itora In the case
va the V. V. & K  Ry. held
��� i sitting in chaml ei - ye iterdsy,
bul  faile i to come to a dicision.
Bac : ip a "White M in's C mada"
and  eai   at Kenny's restaurant.       **
The proceeds of the sofa pillow raffle being conducted at Mrs. Birtch's
store will ie,- turned ova to the Royal   Colum Man   hospital.
A   carload  of Flour  an I   Feed  just
ei  ed al Kyle & Sons, Fronl St. **
Miss  Helen  Badgelj   and  Miss  Mae
e playi I to crowdi d    houses
;-e  SVlnnlpi g anel  Brand in  this  ������'��� ��� e
londaj  evening  Dec.   16th  these
bi   beard In the gymnasium ���     he Col  ai'iian college.
Gel ������   B. C. Cigar   for j mr
**
1 "ei oul   oi'  work
: ed at tl     police  sta-
i    : idging    la u   nl   i        They
���i   ��� nmod ited   with    the same,
I   loosi     to continue  their
?rimage  iby  morning.
wani a ne     i otl ���- ��� on    a
ii low a arl ' i    -��� a u :    We
00, i        $400 cash
easy, Abbotl    &    Hyde,
next G     : on Hotel.
The  i'���::.��� r ,1 of thi   1 ,e..  Mrs,  II.  F.
a   who died In Southern Call-
.-������ ���   . '������"   : rom  Dr. Bur-
2633 i loluml 11 -treet,
nl   Pleasant,   Vancouver, al    2:30
o'i lock ill Is afternoon.    The dec asi ,1
lent ol      is city.
To   ; -    \ii rlei n    seven-room   r 'si-
lo  Vii
,-.���     - Colui street,
***
Tei: .<- McGovern c ishier a the local branch of the Royal Hank of Can-
will leave shortly for Montreal.
ipplieu fo a transfer to one
ol the branches of thai bank In that
city. He expects to reacli Montreal
in  time to     ���    I Chrisl mas with  his
Besl meals In the city al Kenny's.
Single meals 25c; meal (Ickets $4-00;
white ci oks. **
Stone anei Walker, the two Inmates
of the pen who assaulted instructor
[rnlah in an attempl to escape, will
elect for trial todaj before lii* honor
Judge Howay. They will have the
option of a speedy trial, or a trial by
jury before the nexi  assizes,
Wesl End grocery. Japanese oranges 65c per box, Ask tor Library
coupons, **
\ public meeting will be ea le I by
the mayor m-xt week for the purpose
of taking up and discussing In a businesslike waj the proposed city advertising campaign. Thr meeting will
be called iu fospotra ��� to a pel
which was Instigated by the advertis-
' lng conimitteee of the I oard "��� I ad -.
How would a box Of clear Havana-.
like Ihe "Brlllanti s," go for Xmas    **
The regular monthly meeting of the
New Westminster Benevolent Bociety
wa.1  h I i  y sti rday   ift< moon in the
board of trade r n,     The business
���a   . . bi -;i    ol n ro tl te n ���' ���>'���, witl
lhe  exception    of an   appl cation  for
tani ���   I "ii -i Wi si End faml
i asing ' In umstaaces.
- ���.,. B c  ' i .    . man
��� rent I r, n irs. * I
Dr. J, iv i..iii ri ���. of Calgarj, arrlv-
, ,| in Lhe city yesti rdaj   and will i
main her ��� for i ome iIme. Dr   La
la interested   In    New    Westminster j
prop rty, having mad ��� 3ome heavj investments while In re ior some wee_��
lasl summer,
Chanibi rlln's spec) ul  $15.00  Ladii s'
���a .','i.   I'.  0,   Bartlett   movement,   In;
25 year gold filled case. *** i
Staff Captain and Mrs. Collier, who
! are in charge of tiie social, branch of'
the work In Vancouver, paid the locall
j branch of the Salvation Army a visit;
i last night. Tbey were received by   a
large audience whom Capt, Collier en-
' t, rtained with an accounl of some of j
I his adventures while in the    service, j
An audience of about  fifty were present, and  an enjoyable  evening    was '
; had.
We are agents for the I. H. C. gasoline (ii.dues.    These engines are giv-,
lng universal satisfaction,    Abbott & j
Hyde, next Guichon hotel. *
Bugwah Singh, the foolish Hindu
who cut himself with a hatchet while
j SS^EK. HI, TiSSS; Bmo, Spectacle & Send Store
vislerday    morning   with   bli   head'        NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
done up in a turban of the docto
making, and the head underneath the
turban .sadly swollen as a r<-.-.u!t of
his excesses the night before. No
charge had been laid against him, so
be escaped paying the usual two-
fifty.
The Olivel Baptist Sun.lay School
will give a Christmas Cant ita entitled
"Santa's Shadow" on Monday evening,
Dec. 23rd. at eight o'clock. **���
It took five acts of bathos and crude
acting to explain -Why Girls Leave
Home" at the Opera Ho!S5T Contrary
to what, might reasonably le expected
after the lemon that the theatre-goers
of this city were handed in the shape
of "A Girl of the Streets" a few nights
ago. the attraction drew a fair crowd.
Th,- lines ami the acting of tbe piece
could he considerably imi,roved, but
the sentiment was all right,
Books    always    make    appropriat ���
Xmas  presents.     Men.    women    and
Ir .-i delight  In them.    H. Morey &
Co       ... a large and    well    selec i d
���  I  v. Ill   -������ gla !  to go    over    it
witli you.    Blbli s.   Prayei  an i  Hymn
 nd leather bound poeia are als.,
wel     - ������; re ��� nt -��� I.     For    hooks    you
io       ;o to Morey -. c diim da St.   *
H. Schaake, of the Sch take Mac
Woi       was  tho  victim of a  peculiar
enl  some    two    weeks    ago.    It
'���        thai  Mr. Schaa ce slipped    and
fell upon his wrist  ln such a manner
as ii, break It.    Xot    suspecting anything mare serious than a sprain, he
did mn seek medical attendance until
d    - ago, when the wrist, which
haei seemingly    healed,   became v> ry
stil     VIr. Schaake wenl to his physician   who told him tiiat the wrist had
��� ' en, and not having been set.
immi need to knil a ;ain, but that
sim .   it  had not been set. the bones
wo    : knit out of alignment, and that
the onlj thing to do was to bri ak the
wrisi again,   and    set  It  right,    This
was   Mine,   and    now   Mr, Schaake Is
wi    em the way to recovering the <:-������
ot his right arm.
Columbian College Is again endi >\
orlng to .i e Westminster public a
iii. rary and musical treat. Nexl Monda evening, Dec. 16th Miss H- len
Ba Igely, dramatic reader, Miss Mae
I Hcklnson voc el an 1 guitar soloist, and
Mr. Piercy elocutionist will give a recital in the college gymnasium. Thej
havi the highest recommendations
from the Atlantic tc the Paclflc. The
proceeds are to be devoted to the gymnasium fund, *
FUNERAL  NOTICE
The funeral of Mrs. H, F, Casselman
will take place from Dr, Burritt's resl-
dence, 2633 Columbia street. Mount
Pleasant, Vancouver, at 2.30 today
(Friday), Friends are Invit d to attend.
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! Christmas Is Near
So hurry up. We carry the most up-to-
date stock in town, second to none. We
have thousands of articles to suggest and
Our Prices are right.
Only ten days more, so hurry
I John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium ;
DUPONT BLOCK
t    TEL.   73 COLUMBIA    STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,   3.  C
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SMASH
CROCKERY
Xot the goods but the
prices.   This is the store
for a long choice but  a f
short   price   when   you
are looking   for  a sensible Xmas gift.
fjrr r.fciir
I Public Supply Stores \
Geo. Adams, Proprietor ���
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(Crash! Glass!
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, G<.s and hot Water fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A 877
Front St. New Westminster
YES. MR. MERCHANT. YOUR
NEIGHBOR HAD A FINE PLATE
GLASS FRONT BROKEN A FEW
DAYS AGO, AND WE REPLACED
IT FOR HIM WITHOUT A CENT
OF COST. HE WAS INSURED
IN THE NEW YORK PLATE
GLASS   INSURANCE  CO.
YOUR'S MAY BE THE NEXT,
SO YOU BETTER LET US INSURE   IT   FOR   YOU.
THE COST IS LITTLE COMPARED   TO   THE   RISK.
PHONE, WRITE OR CALL FOR
RATES.
������1MWBM���������
v, IH no doubt
ap] r , late al any
time a alee pair
of GLASSES.
c rtalnly no sea-
ol ihe y< ar
Is more a] proprl-
- than tbis tor
presenting her
her with a pair
ol nice glasses,
You can take
a pair home and if they do not
suit her sight, they can be exchanged   at   nny   time.
We, so most people know, are
ibe largest dealers in the city
of Optical Goods. You can bave
Classes at. any price to suit.
P. \V. HEATH, graduate optician, late of Ottawa, has charge of
the  department.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market   ��.
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props
Phone 192
CURTIS'
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    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
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5 pound Tin         7J
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do ro*y POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THF] NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invite       u to join the large number oi   i    sfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 1 TIMES A YEAR.
P .   money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Brani
F.  B. LYLE,   Mgr.
He Is Gwod Vninri-d. Iluillt. Obvdlrnl
and   Long  '.nttrrtntt.
"The elephant is the best natured
beast In all wild creation." said a circus man. "Most people have an idea
that the big beast i* apt to po wrong
any time and make all kinds of trouble
for everybody. Now, us a matter of
fact, I have never but once seen a
freak of this kind. Then the result
was directly due to the intolerable
abuse of flat headed grooms. It seems
to me that If some one was putting a
steel point or hook into a soft joint of
yours or mine many times a day nnd
Without any good reason for It we
would show temper ond tear up things
too. The only difference Is the ele
phant has more patience. He Is docile,
obedient and long suffering. When
au elephant K*e��ts a little out of sorts
there is always some lightweight attendant, It seems, to fly off and Ray be
Is 'daffy.' Ninety-nine times out -if i
Hundred the poor elephant has beet.
badly treated, and, as he cannot talk.
be does about the only thing be can do
and  trumpets his  disgust or possibly
Ca step further and eases his feel
by taking a crack with his trunk
at something -within reach. Elephants
are as kind hearted and tender as women and respond to little attentions
tbe same way. and In tho Rame way.
Just like a woman, when they get sour-
���ed, It takes a lonp while to sweeten
ttem again if it can be Uooe at aii."���
Chicago Chronica
���rMm��w   of   Mormon.*���
The "Book of Mormon" bus been
proved to be a literary plagiarism, hi-
ing a free paraphrase of a romance
written by the Kev. Solomon Spalding
m 1810, the manuscript of which cam?
. into the possession of Joseph Smith.
and he. sitting behind a curtain, dictate! it to Oliver Cowdery, who, seat
ed out of sight of the reader, wrote
the matter as it was given bim. Smith
pretended that the book wns discover,.,1 to him by revelation and dug np
from the sal,- 0f a ijill not far from
Palmyra, In the county of Ontario, N.
If. The claim was made by Smith that
thc writing on the olates was engraved
in "reformed Egyptian," which lie was
unable to read until magic spectftcles,
which he called liis 1'rim and Thum
mlm, were given to him, enabling him
both to read and translate Into English. The spectacles and the metal
plates have disappeared, and tho story
of tlie dictation makes tolerably cleai
: the   manner  In   which  the  "Book  of
Mormon" had Its origin.
Westminster
The Great "Progress" Combine
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They  work  to. -hand.i  and  brains  and
enthusiasm
and better.
perfection.
:    make "Progress Brand" better
It's  the  combination  that  brings
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VOU TAKK NO CHANCES WITH THE "DICK BOOT."
I".,.- over fifty years the nam- of DICK has been a household v.,,-. I
the Old Country for Waterproof   Boots.     Their   Bpecial    proci
���    lers the sole bailer perfectly and    permanently   Water]
��� - adding doubly to Its wearing Qualities,
These we specially  recommend for the wel weather:
Prices���Ladies, from  $2.75 to $-i.C0. Youths, $2.00
Gents, from  $3.50 to $:-,.00. Boys. $2.75.
The Old Country Boot Store,   ���   Columbia SL
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minuter, B. C.
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Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tiie. Terra Cotta, etc.; C'.iyburn Presse-I,
Mantel, and F.re Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick. Liverpool
Salt,   Forge Coal, Common  Br ck   Sand, Gravel  and Crushed Rock
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E. WALKER, President, ALKX.   LAIRD.  General   Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at ilie following rates:
$5 and un ler   3 centi,
Over $5 and nol exceeding ?10  0 cents
Over $10 and not exceeding ?30 10 cents
Ovi r    ;   and nol excee ling $50 15 cents
These Grdi are PAYABLE AT PAR at any office In Canada of a
Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points In
the Unite 1 States.
Negotiable ut a  fixed  rate at
THE CANADIAN  LANK  OF COMMERCE, LONDON, LNG.
They form an excellent method of remitting small  sums  of money with
safety and at small cost,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
E'anches throughout Canada and Newfoundland,  and   in   London,   England,
��� New York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Hen
era! Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available wi tL correspondents In all  yarts of tbe
World.
Pavings Bank   Department.     Deposits  received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $163,000,000.00.
N'CW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. 'I   P.   BRYMNER.  Manager
���ttice 'Phone 185.       Horn 'Knone 157
Columbia St.
Gattgnee  delivered     promptly  to  vir
��� irt of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulim
Ofllj.i���Tram   Depot
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SOCIETIES.
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BWERAL MACH1NK A.\u KNUINK
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STRUCTURAL IRON    wtJRK
Ornamental   Iron    WorK,   tnciiiciluj
Fence;., Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE Sl'KHiKT.
New Westmlnnter. t*. n. 474.
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Evening Classes in  Commercial Branches
be  held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
*For rates apply at the College.
Principal
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MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
lam the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings   Dealer,   Fun,   al
Director and Embalmer, and I will sell you anythingin mj line chi
and  will give you bi tter value than you can get  in  any other  ,   . i
in  the city.   Try ni,-.
Wall   Papers in  endless  variety.    Oilcloth from 25c  up.    China
Matting from  15c up.     Linoleums  from 45c  up. Curtain Stretchers,  the  best  made, $2.25  per   set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and
prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds of job wo:!; and repairing 'lone on shortest notice. Real in
able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    N'ew goods arriving daily,
I have sold- the block and am still doing business in  the  same place
and in the same old way.
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���Meetings the fl 1
day   in    each    monl' ���"!
: rethren cordi ill '���
Lodge room. A. 0. D   '���
fellows'  block, Clai
S. Carrlgan, recor lei I
master workman.
WS*&3l&8IZ8*%l8*tt
Mail Service
POSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE
115,   SONS  OF   ENGLAND, E ij
Re<l Hose Degree n -' S��udiHi|
Fourth Wednesd;,-. ��� ���' - : :;_1
in K. of P. Hall. Columl a SL
8 p. m��� White Rose Di rree, lounj
Wednesday in eacl d ' ���"
time and place. Visltln* V"'���
cordiaUy Invited.   B      '��� '
Bident, ll. Disney,   ,
Dispatched by C. P. R,
a. in.; dose g a, m.
Sumas and Seattle, vis
dally.
MillBide No. l, daily
day; Sapperton No. 1.
Sunda; .    Maili  Recelvt i at i
Eli
train at
Huntingdon
excepl   Sun
daily   excepl
'io   p III.
railwaj
Stove-pipes
nvitafion
We have opened up a consignment of goods for the;
Xmas trade.
A few samples are in oui- window, look theni over,
come in, we will do the rest.
Young man, during 1907 your wants have been attended to, your mother or your sister will appreciate
something in return.    We can assist you.
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
eSyea & Co.
Telephone 150
r. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
.:������'      ADVERTISE      --r,
��� IN --
THE       DAILY       NEWS
FOR  QUICK RETURNS.
Dispatched  by B. C,
Co., 7: 15 a. in.-
Vancouver, No.  1, dallyexcept Sun
daj b.    Retui n mall receh ed 9 a, ra,
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m.:
Cloverdale, Nii-uiii'kl, porl Kel!%
Hazelmere, Hall's Praii le, Bon \ ���
cord, IU line and s- ittle (all [joints
iu   v, ;    and       ith,    also all
points in e igtern Btates), dail i x
cepl Sunda . R< turn mall , i ci Ived
al 3: 10 ;i. in.
('la.-, ton,   Tm i la   ���  i nd  Thui sda   i
Tynehead,    Wedni sdaj ������������   and   Satui -
days.    Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatche I I ���  B. C; Elect! Ic railway,
10:30 a. dm
Vancouver No, :.'; Vli toria, No l;
Cenl ral Pai k, daily exi i pi Sunday,
Return mall received al 2 p. in.
Dispatchi 'I by carrier, 1:13 ,,. m.:
East Burnaby, daily excepl Sunday
Return mall i rei eived   .' 1:10 p. m,
Dispati hed by i-.:-,--.b r 12-oo noon:
Tim!,': land,  Tuesdays and  Fridays.
Return mails  rec.avd  Tuesdays and
Fridays.
Di-: ate     :       '"  P. R    oat J :30 p.m.
���:...   li  the   ame
time during winter montha:
Ladner,    Westham    Island,    Port
Guichon,     Steveston.    Run'-'iiry.    d*U\ ,
except Sunday.    Return mails n-celv- j
ed  from 0 a. m. to 11  a. rn.
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Woodward's, Wednesday and Satur-1
day. Return mail on Wednesdays and ���
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. 2-   Victoria, No, i, |
and Burnaby Lake; closes at 3:30 p.	
m.;   daily execepl   Sunday,      Return   COURT ROYAL COLUMBjAJNfc
mail     eceived at fl p. m.
Hiiiiea'i      l ike.     Return    mall    m
2 p. in.
Dispati hed by G N. I-'yler, 4 p  in.:
To Bouthern    points,    daily e.\>- nt
Sunday.    Return mail  11  p. m.
1        ti bi d       C.P.R. train al 3:15 p,
m . mail i loses al 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R, easi, second mall). Return mail
received al  I  p. m,
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coqultlam, daily excepl Sunday. Return mail i,,, ived at I n. m,
COURT  BRUNETTE, No. 40?? i ofl
���Meets tho Fourth  Frl
month  at  8 o'clock, In
ball.   Oddfellows'   block,    >'����
brethren are cordi '
tend.    .1. B.  Rushton, C. ��
Maxwell. R. S.
a   o. F.���The rei J
this Lodge are held ''        ,   1
and Fourth Tee. F
at g ,,. .... In the 0 I
Visiting  Brethren ,: f
viled to attend.   I   " I
F. P. Maxwell. Sec.
THE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS 0Jjj
PERANCE meel   ��� ...I
at 8 o'clock p. ra., I        s   -I
Hall,   Columbia
Brethren are cordially ����
tend,   G. Ha fgman,
Brown, Secretary.
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N.
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OF SCOTLAND BEj^/;^
SOCIATION, LORD OF
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pionf��r  Limited"   St.  Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
Nn   trains   in   thr   service   on   any
railroad  in   the   world   that  equal   in
equipment that of Hie Chicago, Mil-
waukei   A  St.   Paul   Railway.      i'hi-y
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on all] their trains and
.     ���    iheir   patrons   an   excellence   of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. ROWE. General Agent.
M4 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or.
CAMP, 191.���Meel
on die l
I am
montl
riiii-d Tuesday ol -
p. Hall.     John
ter, RM' St
K.   of
Chief; J. ���'��� Fori
.Ma.\i'e*|
O.  O. F
���Meets   in
umbia Street, i   -
ai 8 o'clock.   Via
loc
P.   Ci
Royal City Lodge.
o^":>'     l,:l(,���;nJ
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be mad,- wel :i ::*���    '   :
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C.B. Osborn"
retary.
T H
ADVERTISE
IN ���
E      DAILY       N  E
If  Vou   WANT   HlvLP.
OTHER     FRATERNAL
include the Union Mi
!���'. and  \. M.; King
No. IT, A. F, and   V, M-.  * ^
no. i imi; l, o, i...x -()'���;;���. (-.0,
Sapperton, No, 46S3, I, "���;.; $$
ib.   1'n.y.   ��������� , v X_
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Beulah Rebukab I"-1"
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TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PACF.  SEVEN
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WHEN SEEKING
Christmas   Gifts
CALL AT
rr _a.'wK
JUST TO
[emind You
.�� have our new .
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry Soap
Sunlight Soap
SUBSIDY EXPIRES
IN AUGUST NEXT
Australia's Attitude on Tariff Question Causes Cancellation of Grant.
stock of Currants':
bulk and pa
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Dry  Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
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md   Table ���  hl^llth ave< anc�� becond St
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IXMAS  PRESENTS!
A Dinner Set makes a nice and useful  present.
We have a nice selection at $8, $13, $16.50 and $20
Jardineres from 20c up to $5.
China and Glassware of all kinds.
Our Grocery  Department  is well  stocked  with
Xmas goods.
'Phone 333
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ADAMS & DEANS
juts
Of al   kinds.   Shelled
walln       md  almonds.
feels I
0 ���'.' ronand lemon
-h goods).
Ixtracts j
.   kinds	
Z for  25c
[omatoes
..    2*or 25c
[e have just received
carload of Flour, Feed
Id Meals : Get Prices
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Ottawa,  Dec. 12.���Tiu.  subsldj   tor
tie  Australian  steamship    line  fr.jtn.
, Vancouver    to    Australia    has    been
dropped,    li   amounts  to  $180,509 manually   ait,!  expires   In    \ ;.-, i i   next,
and  evidently   will    not be   renewed.
Although   the service  ls   not   ��iia:.  it
j should be, still that, it is not the real
; reason  for the disconilnuance of the
] subsidy.    As  a   matter of  fact,  Aus-
I tralia's  treatment    of  Canada  in  re-
-ranl to trade matters is not such a3
Ito encourage this country  in  providing  trade facilities for tlie  Commonwealth  when   the-   latter  continues   to
' place tariff obstacles in the way, instead  of meeting  the  Dominion government's repeated    offi rs of preference.    Th,-   Deakin   goveaim ml   pretended at one time that ir was anx:,_ us
for a trade arrangement with Canada,
but Instead of meeting Canada's ad-
: vances  seriously  they have  not only
! left   Canada   out     of   its   pr, ferential
Prompt  Delivery   list, but have raised the tariff against
j her.
~ J     For the year ending March 31, 1907,
the exports to Australia amounted to
��� A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES J
WILL 3E GIVEN AWAY!
ntest || The Mark of Esteem j
��� ill        -j. v..i~ i.:j~       i
$1,998,968 and   imports  to  $194,468.
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,'US i..:;:   CASE   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE
, .::: v. i hurch OR school  in  nkv
LARGEST   NUMBER   OF   VOTES   IN  THE   FOI
;   MANNER:
. liste :   below   �� ...
one vote.
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WESTMINSTER   SE-   ���  ���
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at Yule-tide
Don'l  forget the fellow who sits next to you   at   the   office.   Some
ttle indication of your esteem at Christmas time will help him all
through the coming year. '
Perhaps he might find use for:
A Sterling Silver or Brass  Inkstand
A  Fountain   Pen.
A  Desk Lamp.
A Desk Clock.
A  Leather  Writing   Pad.
A Cut Glass Sponge  Holder.
A Sterling Silver or Brass Blotter Holder.
i ii any other little thing for desk use or possibly personal jewelry.
We have a very large assortment of inexpensive and useful little
gifts for gentlemen.
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WEDNESOAUEL 18, '07
STETSON'S
ORIGINAL   BIG   DOUBLE
Uncle Tom's
Cabin
THE   BARIUM  OF THEM  ALL
The conte     11     n  Aug
1908, at ",   ;>. m
23rd    1907,    ami  will  close    Jan.  23rd,
io Clear
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A  ballot box Is placed in D.  S.  Curtis  & Co's  drug store,  where   4  4
j \ Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd. j
We will sell all our
white crockery w a r e,
suitable for hotels and
restaurants, at cost; also
our Ha's and Caps, as
we have a large consignment coming in the
first of the year and
MUST  MAKE ROOM.
\ itea are to be   lei oslted.
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At the close ol the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School   4  4
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library.
Current  accounts   when   promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember,  votes  ran be secured by trading with the firms Hated  below.
Llbrarj   la on exhibition at W.  E. Fales' furniture store.
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GEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director    t
Cor. Hastings and Granville Sts. -        Vancouver  1
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Opening up our Xmas
goods, consisting of
Glassware, etc., to-day.
Those will be on sale
Monday and we invite
your inspection.
3 lbs.
I Creamery Butter
for $1.
'tys Choice Can-
ties per box, from
5c to $1.23
O.  S. Curtis  will  count the votes.
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  management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E. RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods. Gen.   Repairing
S.  CURTIS  &  CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
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Daily and   Weekly   News J
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CENTRAL   LIVERY    STABLES   J
S.   H.  Thompson, Prop. ��
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Con
fections,     Ice   Cream
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3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East and South
Leave 9:29 a. m., 12:10 a. ni., 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone  194. NEW WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.
W  a. ROSS, Assistant General Pasa Agt, Seattle, Wash.
More Grand Novelties Than Ever
Two Brass Bands and Orchestra.
Two  Funny  Marks.
Two  Mischievous  Topsiet;.
Gorgeous Scenery with Beautiful
Electrical Eftect-s.
Grand Vision aud Transformation
Scenes.
Genuine Southern Cake Walkers.
Buck and Wing Dancers.
Male and Female Quartette.
Chariots drawn b.v Handsome Shetland  Ponies.
Col. Sawyer's Pack Siberian Blood
Hounds.
Watch for the Big Street Parade
Prices,   25c, 50c, 75c   and $1.00
OPERA"-���HOUSE
One Night Only
fRIDAY, DK. 20/ 07
The Merry Musical Farce
Comedy
"Are You Crazy?"
The Bifj Music Fun Show With
FRANK DAMSEL
-AND--
17--Others--17
F
ree Silverware   Coupons With
Each Purchase
Free Delivery to All Parts
of  the City
Kyle & Son's
n0^ Cheer Store
Ph
one 276      255 Front St.
Dressing Gowns,
$3.50 to $15
Smoking Jackets,
$4 to $9
Fancy Hose,
40c, 50c, 60c, 75c
New Style
MUFFLERS
Made   in   Colored
Barathea,     with-
hemstitched ends
$2.00 each
PHILLIPS,
The Wardrobe Clothier.
Dancing  Girls.      Funny   Comedians.
Catchy Musical Hits.
See the  Teddy Bears
Prices, $1, 75c,  50c and 25c     ��� VAGVL   E.GIil
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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CALENDARS F
Cnnstmas
Cnnstmas
Novelties
Cards
Postal
BIG  LOT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Colun.bia St.
Xmas Presents
Seeded
Raisins
12oz. Packages
3 for 25c.
There's   no reason   why   you
should buy "cheap1 impoitcd Salt.
WINDSOR SALT cojts no
more ��� is   absolutely  pure ��� and
goes father.   Get WINDSOR.
193 W
SPECIAL   FEATURE   THIS   SEASON
FRIDAY.  DEC
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ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS
Suggestions to  help you in
en  that   present   you   wish
A few-
deciding
to give.
STERLING SILVER���
Manicure Sets,
Toilet Sets,
Card Cases,
Cigar Cases,
Hat Pins,
Bon Bon Trays
Military Brushes
Ebony   Military   Brushes,    Leather
Collar Boxes,   Gold and Silver Headed .
Umbrellas.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Aoent   Hamilton   Watches.
These are old Raisins, but are
in first class Bbape, you can't
tell them front the new.
16oz. Packages
2 for 25c.
New Goods and First Class
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box  (lib.
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Our    Currants    are    lovely, all
cleaned,    by   the   packnge   or
loose, just as you like.
OUR PRICES on all goods are
righl    .and   we   cu a ran toe   the
quality.
C. A. WELSH
The People's Grocer
A New Subdivision
H. Wade, an Englishman who has
resided In this vicinity for Bome time,
left j, sterd ... for I on loa, England,
by way of the '.'  !'. R.
The Fraser Valley Nursi ries, whose
advertisement appears in another column, uiv exploiting a new idea in the
marketing of Christmas tries, in order thai every family wherein t'aero
are children should ie able to hav a
Christinas tree, the company nre selling small trees at Ihe price of 50
cents and $1.00. This price Includes
delivery to the purchaser, and at
these j,rices, no family in New Westminster should be without a Christmas tree this year.
A largely attended met ting of the
Liljeral association was held in the
Liberal club rooms yesterday evening,
when a considerable amount of routine business was transacted. Several new members were added to the
roll, and arrangements were made for
a Bpecial meeting to be held shortly
for the purpose of further considering
the ]irc))>ositio:i to establish a social
club in this city. The general meeting was followed by an executive
meeting.
The flrsl ga:,,, iu the series of football matches for which arrangements
lun,- been completed Is shceduled to
taki place in connection with the
Charily cup competition. The' flrsl
garni will bi played Saturday afternoon between the Westminster s ni-
ors and thi Westham Islanders at
Queen's park. The line-up for the
learn will probably be as follows:
Goal, Barbaree; backs, Clark, Her-
ringshaw; half-backs, Peele, Turnbull
-and Leamy; forwards, Lumsden,Lock-
hard, Lock, era:..- and Watson.
Queen Draga's Beautiful QOWM Worn
by the  Ladies' Quartette.
1 mosi  the whole wor! I has 1
of the  Bad  news    of Qui ���     Dra
tragic death;    her  lovi
ea and her wonderful assortment.
of Pai isian novelties.   Ceon W. Wasn
burn, manager of Stetson's B g Cn< I
,-��� .in   company,  has  gotu
.... nt    ol   getting    the artii
,,:  designs of    th<   lasl  - i
de  for    the assassin
Qu< i :.  .e: S, rvi i.  and  has  h id  four Of
these  exquisite   gowns    mad,    al   a
fabulous p ice.   To give the audienci
an opportunity  to se,-    thes    world
wide advei tise ! dr, bsi b, they will be
worn    b.v  four  young    ladies oi   the
company in a novelty ad during the
performance of Stetson's Unc
Cabin company.
BETTER STORE SERVjg
The workmen are busy ilns week  Installing -
Electric Cable ('ash Carrleri     The) have pro   ,
ning  bj   Saturday.    We ar,-  putting   in   the     ���
which will greatly assist us in our  handling  the
Wo are also showing by fnr ih,   largesl  rai
cy Goods  We  hav,   ever shown.     Tie-   best   alwaj
thi   motto of this bi :,-.   We invite .vou  to visit I
si e these goods. ���    .......
Tom'
Dainty
Christmas
Neckwear
tor KITCHEN ECONOMY
PAKDIfi
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PREMIER
TREASURE
EEL RANGE
Simple and Inexpensive v��&ffiiJ'
Styles ^SgP*
anl tho more handsome creations at higher price
at   jen-seut  in  the Neckwear Section.
Yew Ruching Neck Frills���in While anel colors:   per ti
Embroidered Turnovers-a  new assortment   n.   QOV<
10c
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Lace Collars    in while and cre an.   with   and   withoul   t,
75c
eai;: i6g
"'   "������ '  JUol
Lace Ties���cream and white, widths 6 to 16 inches. lengtJ     i ���,
lnches:     bi'U'<-y each      25c t   $3531
Black Spanish Lace Ties���mad,, or finest and Btl .
quaint and original patterns; something extra appropriate for elderly persons; each $2.00 to             . jeal
Fancy  Silk Collars    ,h,ne up in  handsome  Individual   in
a most taking effeel in the Christmas giving;   each   .'���   ���". $3,50
'.-:  whai a good many people nave been waiting for���
.Mr. M. ii. Bourke has just autho"! zed us to sell in lots a portion of his
Fwelfth street property, bordering 011   Tw, fth   - reet,   Fifl 1   avenue,  Thir
:��� , nth  street, anl  a lane.
The property is all cleared, fenced, graded and In grass, and commands
ig view uf ihe Delta and N ith Arm.
Heretofore this property could only be  purchased as a whole, but now  Those who have     aken    leases-    ar,
.���-���   arati lots can le had at prices 'a stifled  by local conditions, anl upon  Hardman & Co., I asm ths and plumb
S] ice in the nev D minion Trust
Building ha ��������������:! nearly all taken,
and the entire building will be r- ad;
for occupancy ab< il J muarj 1-1   1D08,
1
Plan of subdivision
ifflce.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
NOW FOR PUN!!
Boys and Girls:
The   Long-looked-for
Roller Skates
Have Arrived At
BRYSON & SONS
ers, who ��Ki have    iwo    si,,;-, s    mi
Front  Sine:;   .Mr.-. Cook's cafe, .1.  !i.
Coon's I arbe   shop, and the offices - I
Diamond and Corbould, Insurance and
real 1 stati   agents, wiirtake    up   th
sti-i-t t   Ho, 1   on  Sixth streel;   tie-   Do
minion Trust ,.tii, ������.--. McKenzie's drug
store, and W. E. Sinclair's sl��� "    1
will occupy the ground floor on    Columbia Street.   The Becond Ho r w ll
be devoted t>, offices, and among th
who hav,- taken space are nr. Smith,
dentist;    W,  P.  Hansford,    barri ti r
Dr.  Manchester;   Dr.  Levey,  d ati
and .Mrs. Moore,    milliner,    The   two
top floors will  be oneupied    by    Mrs
rook, who will rent the space in furnished rooms.
We consider this
the best   value
of anv
RANGE
in the  market.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westm,lister,   B.   C.
Useful small Articles at small costl
mail wan   Btoi ,. offets a < boice selection ,,; ,������,. ���
Swastika   Good   Luck  Hat   Pins    with   pearl  Or em
10c to   	
Swastika   Blouse   Pins���per   pai:-     I
Swastika   Cuff   Links    Boys  ,,;���  Men's;   per  pair     6jc
Gold stick Pins   wil . pearl   ettli      each 35c t<>  	
Bead Necklaces   .n pearl finish with one to si\ row
ipeclal price, , ach       j
Pearl Belt Buckles   the qualitj   which  we hav,-  usual
pecial  ;,���:-> '; - ���   ��� ���! bles at to Bell :ie' m   t, each ..  25c |
Needle  Cases or  Needlework   Boxes    .a a  greal   relet] ���
��� ������uie at  tor girls or ladies' work  basket.-; each   flll< - I
���   lies of all  kinds;  each  IS    ������>   $1.53
Beauty Collar Supporters���-in six different varieties ol
  25c
Furs at all Prices
Sole Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.       -
Tel. 65
JJ;^'co^.'^J^.'^-'^iw,i.',^v.''._.v,_,^��^,tv,_���^l.^J.,.^^J^o^J^O'_..''^.���^.���^.
BARGAINS!    BARGAINS!
Cottage, 5 grooms, new, lot cleared one-half
block from car, $1,250, one-third cash.
Cottage, 4 rooms, new, lot cleared, two blocks
from car, $1,000, mostly cash.
Cottage, 5 rooms, well finished, fenced in front
; with wire fencing, $1,700, good terms.
���> roomed cottage, lot 132x140, [cleared, $1,200,
e $250 cash, balance $12 per month.
Enquire at once
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The Farm Land Specialists,     -     New Westminster
2-i'y'yi-bvw-i'yy': :   w*s.��:i=��###^
Never  Mind the  Name.
If you would enjoy a delightful eve-,
ning of  fun,  frivolity    and   charming :
music, yon cannot afford t<i niis.s the ���
i . ,
- merry musical    comedy,    "Are     You
I Crazy,"     by     Frank     Damsel,   which!
j comes to the Opera house on Dec. 20. ���,
i This charming entertainment of two
and a half hours' duration has left a
most favorable impression wherever
presented. The extremely witty lines,!
excrutlatingly funny situations, the!
clever specialties and the new and
original musical numbers e_n combine
; to   make  this  one  of  the  real   enjoy-
a Ir evening's entertainment. i
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh
sortment,
at���
and large as-
just received
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St.. New Westminster
Te!ephcne  83
rhe l-ur al anj  prii,   t,, sull your  purse  from 6
o ,r range of prict s
Children's   Bearskin   Sets������   ch $1.40 to 	
Girls' Grey or White Fur Sets���    each  $3.75 aiU   	
Ladies'   Marmot Collars   and   Stoics    'ach $3.00 t'i  ...
Ladies' Mink  Ruffs    i ach Tl I 'hi to    	
Ladies'   Sable   Ruffs    ���   cl    $11.50   ���,,   	
Ladies' Fur Collars   In i;,   o Unary dyed si.Ins;  e
IX   Till:   READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT
Imported Hand Bags
In - ������ ral lines w<  h  ire ixjiight direel   from   th,-  makers;    oth, r lines
were bought from .'our of the la-���
leather  l-<><>,i-    wholesalers    u-: New-
York  and Chicago
We are showing many betl
than ever before���all ar,   betl i   ���  ��� i<
than  la>-   season's.
Children's  Square  Bags and   Handbags    i
black;   each  36c to  ���	
(1
n.7!
$5.K
$35
$6
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
HSKSWI
$250 Cash |
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HOUSES
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homee on good  terms as f<,lla��--e
live room cottages at $900 eac j
five room cottages, new, at  $'250 "c'|
Will Buy a j
i four room cottage at 	
Whal >lo ������ oej think ot a tot ai  11
ie ar the c er line?
$1200}
$25 c
nsh, bal,ue e $10
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Real
Istatc
270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
HOUSE ! P- PEEBLES I
(Sec. 5-6) Nice new 8-room house, ���������������������������������������������^
��� ���-!     .  ���    *���*  -b _*% ��� P^ted, electric light, water, good lot, ���
| Electric Railway Servicer handy to Columbia    street car line,
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Interurban    Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
stations  will  run  every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. nt.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty miautes for both Sapperton and city limits over tbe
city line.
City  Line:     Cars  leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minute;; after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a.  m.
Sunday Service half-hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
$250 cash and $20 per month will buy 1
this house and secure you a home.       ���
Enquire for price.
A Superb Stock! ]
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Books,   Fancy   Goods, Toys,
Beautiful Calendars,
Xmas Cards, etc.
I
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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New Wcotminater.
LIMITED.
Chiiliwack
Vancouver
JJ. MACKAY & CO.
BOOKsamis    statiokers    un dealers
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