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 'hite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
|��W WESTMINSTER, B. C
DEC 30 1907
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NUMBER       301
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C,   SATl'KDAY MORNING.   DECEMBER 28, 1907.
TEN CENTS PER WEEK,
IKSTERY	
WA1ER APPLICATION
READY 10    PIRE COMPLETELY       CHANGES SUGGESTED    DRASTIC MEASURES     (BUILDING STRIKE
BUY BELL PHONES    WIPES OUT BUILDING    IN DISTRICT EXHIBITS  TO TORCE OUT TENANT    PENDING IN SEATTLE
���;?'    'nTLlMe Knenn! ^TTT.1*'"*1 RePort*|Vi<*�����   Exhibition   Build- Western Representatives of 'Woman Deemed Undesirable I Business   Men    Prepare to
General Business.
illonal  Powi i   Comp mj
i,    ,   ,   uiiwaok    suddenly    bur t
.    ,  .   iem ������    yesterday  moi ning.
'.'.  ;.���   iecretary tri aaurer,   s.   A.
r.     .  ted an application for 20
....   water  at  the  govern
k]... agi ��������� ���.  offlce,   The  volume ol
sought by this company being
. .  than Is customary, en-;
.   ,       ri   made as aj the under-1
 l. bul no Information
i, .-        ni  -.111111 be elicit* d.   s<e fai
- trm l.   no   pers in   was
., D| the existence of the Interna-
onal powi    Company,    Ltd.,    until |
t..., ���. ... -,-.-.. and there are a i  ai
ne an) undi rtakin
��� -ding power thai  would
.   .       I Inc'ae.  of  wati     i" de-
\   . feature of thi    i plica
t it is couche l in  mi b la
almost   ���       iin to hi
| i   uo mention is m
Ite us*' '" ��hich the  w atei   is I	
nol   ���  uei di d for anj   iii
pur     ���       iui
earlj     tated  In thi   a.
| Folli
Watei   ;.e  be  use 1   lor
application
i     in li
e
��� he  Ueutenanl 11
....
a
��� ���
i to thi tr.ctli
;o on  1
ind inch
���. op,up.  i- impoi
��� ��� ���     ti       mi .i
Ell   Rivi    Improvem 'nl
t theii       .   ���   ���       ���     al
I   :      o      Wejjfei      '   hi
���-��� -r    That th
Powei   I'��� tn; an In
��� - ted with the Elk River
��� ie'   Company   i -   denied
I ���  ted.
ime known around the
rday    thai    tbe application
Mr, Cawley was not in re
i,  steps   were  Imme Ila elj
other parties to applj  f r
'     ���   ���     ecord, and  it  is probable
���'Iw        ��� 111 ho done today.
���    peculiarity   in connection
�� water application is that it
o ���   ���   posted   in  two' districts  In
Sw '>'���  stminster and at Ashcroft, as
would betaken from a polnl
kalf mile east of the west  boundary
of'bf Yah   district, where the Chilli-
��� rossi s the boundary line,
and would 'eo returned half B mile be-
'r* "������   mouth of Tomihy creek, ln
���   Westminster district.    The
Ifflfferei      m ihe altitude between the
I1'     >inta is aboul 100 feet.   The ap
1     Is listed  for hearing by C.
C lv;,, r government agent, on Jan
'���'��� when ii will most likely be thrown
I0'1! and  hi amended application put
ln   In ll    Bti od, providing   all   the
water Bupply Is n it taken
meantime by other parties.
Winnipeg Di c 27. Pn nue: k ib-
lin Btated thai BatlsfacU i - progress
was in Ing made in th valuation of
the planl ol ti," Bell Telephone Co
in Manitoba, with .i view to the purchase of the plani by the protfim ia]
government
Tin  pr< mii r ��� I iti d that Chief Engineer French ,->.;'-������ for the Manil ba '
Governmenl    had   com] b u i  his   In-
sped Ion  of t he   Winn peg  branch of
ind bas pres nted bis i.
to the Govi ip..-..' nl     T. daj  Mr. '
French   is  in   Porta ie,  In
the compai '������in tie re
;...ii;.  ���.   h     rill   ��� Isll   Branu n
on ii like i : i and, afti
,,   ��� ���    I n the coui
and ; lai ���   -    -     iation on the plant -.
��� mii.i   furthi        ited tha
���   ted   lhe   compl   ���     -   or    would
be senl  i'i in a  fi .'��� days, aftei  w
��� Govi   nmenl w   ild      In a posi
STRIKE   MAY   TIE.   UP
NEW   YORK   NEWSPAPERS
the Board of Trade room yesterday,
at which were present T. I. Trapp, of
this city; J. K. Smart, of Victoria; E.
A. Atkins, Coquitlam; H Ferguson,
Maiile Ridge; H. Bose, Surrey; W .1
Mcintosh. Langley; J, A. Morrow,
Kent; .J. Ii. Cade and W. J, Abbott, of
VicU ria, Dec. 27���The provincial ex-
bibltlon buildings were completely de-
troyed  by  lire  last night, causing a
loss ot $30,000, only a pari of which
is covered by insurance.
The origin of the fire cannot be ascertained and it is thought that it was
the work of an incendiary. The
flames broke out in the southi as; corner Oi  the main  building, which has
'e '-Il occupied  since (he last  exlli- ���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
bitlon.   Tin   flr.   was first noticed by I Mission, and Secretarj  W. tt. Keary.
".   caretaker of the Oil Mens Home.   Mr. Ferguuon occupied the <hair.   the
mmediatelj  notified the fire de-   question as to  whether there should
���   ent, but  owing  to the distance    '��� onlj  a  fruit exhibition sent  from
���    town  tin   fire bad  gained  con-  'h'' up-country districts, oi an entire
de headwa        the arrival U' ' 'icl  ��� xhibit,  which  was discussed
fin  fighter*    In fact the ch:mi-1 al the meeting held in Vernon receni
nd big engini   n vei  reachi i the   ],.  was   tabled   for   decision   at   the
.  d in the mud abou1   '" '-' general me. tins, which is to be
       s froi    the fin     The flames   beld on Jan,    16 of the ensuing year.
made short woi main   uilding,      Several important   changes   inthe
, . .   -,   ..������,,,   restaurant,  granting of points on district exhibits
oul  ami then   were  decided   upon
poultry   points   w! ^^^^^
...  p     The   o  |es al3o cau?h    exhibit  of early  fruits  in
...     |i I   ef ire iii
lames were quenche
to Freeze in Open House. |    tatorial" Unions.
rhe district  representatives of  the.     Everett, Dec. 27.���Humane    Officer I    Seattle, Dec. 27 ���That the Building
R   \   & 1   Society held a nre ing in   PMman today  stated  that  if  anj Un ' Trades'  Council will order a general
desired to contribute to a fund tor strike on all contractors who have
the purpose he would bring suit (declared for the open shop, is the
against C. W. Sexton, the landlord ! opinion of the B. J. Duhamel, presi-
who teeook the windows and doors from dent of the Builders' Exchange. Du
the little borne in Cottage lane to hamel said this morning that while
force Mrs. Paul and her family to j the union has given no official notice
move. As a result of the landlo.d's of Its intentions, it has heen made
action, Mrs. Paul is ill from exposure nlaiD t0 hitu that a strike Is ineviia-
and   can  scarcely   walk,  even   with  ble.
crutch* s. She and hi r children were "And the sooner it comes the bet-
compelled to spend two nights in the ter for Seattle and for the whole em-
��� ��� ess and windowless house be- ploying public and also for the men
shelter counl be found for her who work," he said. "The unions are
by th   humane officer. becoming  intolerably   dictatorial   and
p e :  discovering the family In this  llle business men of Seattle are ready
.,.,.   condition a citizen promise I a   to meet and crush  them  unless t'ney
orarj   home  for  Mrs.  Paul,  but modify their demands and become am-
when   she   was   ready  to  move   word   enable to reason."
thai  be had changed his mind     Th(' organizations declaring tor the
ooi   woman   was forced   to  ��Pen shop   are   the   Master   Builders'
spend  another night  in  the  expo ed  Associate n   and   the   Builders'   Bx-
Bereafter 100   sl | change, having fn the aggregaTe about
be awarded  for the best]    Sexton  defended  his action by de?j240 members.
cl:..:       I il   ti:.-   woman   was an  un-1 	
NEW   YORK   FACES
T 1<
Dec. ^^���^���S'l'l.e        e
i      tho ii
and  meni ers of the   Newspaper  l��
lon  iim I   In  secrel
nd wei      till In con-
.... toda ���     ��� '
ng i       . iii ���      to
: ���      .   I     ���
mim       ��� I        itherii        oke u
Thi   mei     : ���   now  paid 1 $16
...      incre ed b   ���
��19 per week.
���   ���  .. pi 1S91,
���   ma
Ided later an    todi     i   i-e
��� nol < on-
ori ���    o.ee.,. o.
���    ��� exhibitli      wa
e present restrictions on ' ���   manj   a e
quantity of coarse se.ds to lie sh- wn ���    abli   tenant and iiad n >t paid the
is to be limited to 25 pounds for eac! i -i I foi  -��� v>2ra] months.   He said thai
variety. removed the doors and windows to
The  classifies lon   of   "Dai y   Pi i- forc<   th��  humane officer to take car
ducts"  is  hereafter to  be  limited tofoi .Mr-. Paul,
butler,  cheese,  homy  and   eggs.    All 	
otBer points and classifications an   :' twc-CENT rate appeal
i e main as before,
s- mieof the repr sen a Ives he'd tha
when,   as
BUILDING  STRIKE
New Vork, Dec. 27.���There is a pos-
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M���������������������____���___���__________________________W��n :'sts
Biblllty thai New Vork may within a
short time experience a widesprea I
building stfike. Recently the Mas;, r
[Carpenters' Association announ ��� I
FOR  PRlVV COUNCIL   that  wages of carpenters would be re-
  duced  from $b to $4.50 a day.    The
a, Dec. 27.���The Railway Com-   Carpenters'  Union has refused to ac-
���
. ���
a  question
���.ee!
Rejoicing   in   Grand   Forks.
27.���A  satisfac-
mainl ��� of the produci of one man, I ������
���    Is   nol       : :   Bl o Ll ; ire  of   lb-    r
bul   nothing was d&ne in  I i
way of obviating this,   It was decided,
howe1 ��� '  all exhibits henceforth
must  he the product of the season i-i
mi.- m^mmceiit commit-
Abolish   Consular Agencies.
N'i Ison, B. C. Dee, 26,    !'��� i somi
Hied reason the i onsular agi i -
cles of the United States at Nelson.
Rossland and Fernie are to be ah
lahed at the end of the month. Appli-
oations to W. S. Riblet, the r. S. consular agent here as to whai was Intended to be substituted in their place
elicited im imformation, Mr, KiM--;
Baj ng he ha-d nol b-een a Iviseti on
thai point The anion is likely to
oause some inconvencience here as
may 1k> imagined from th - fact that
lasl year upwards of $4,000,000 worth
Of goods were Invoiced through Nelson to tiie CJnlted States This Included the Boundary business which
heretofore has always passed through
Nelson. The onlv points In the province after Dec. 31 where there will he
1'. S. consular agents are Vancouver,
Victoria and Cumberland.
��� ���
the   tJranb
!   th
, ,.   i, .   which ihe.   are shown.       A   vov
hs was then passed to Secretary
and
n   nn ie   b -   " 'Vl
.my   and   Its   -!|.'"
smelter resumed 1 Keary  and   Chairman   Ferguson,
���   ns today.       About   two  nun-   the meeting stood adjourned.
: ��� . men wen: to work at the PI o ������ ���
nix mini b yi Bterday.
re is .greal rejoicing In Grand
)��� - over this final termina'lon of
th ��� labor trouble. It is und' rsto I
that the full blast of eight furnaces
���a .   ��� ����� in operation at once.
Both the C. P. R. and the Greal
Northern are getting their ore rains
in shape for the Phoenix run ani!
everything now looks  prosixrrui
Ecr-o   of   Brownsviile  Disorder.
N'ew Vork, Dec. 27. ��� Papers in a
'���use to tes; the legality of the discharge of the privates of Companies
B. C. Ii. of tli*- Twenty-fifth United
States Infantry, colored, following the
disorder in the streets in Brownsville
a year ago. bave Ieen prepared by a
law firm in this city.
ation of the Grand Trunk Railway tees from both organizations are now
_ delay of the commission's jlecl- trying to reach a compromise.
sion that under the company's charter In case the master carpenters in-
1 .. :.. give a two-cent a mile sist on the reduction it is likely that
��� ��� between Toronto and Mon- the 19,000 members of the union will
rhe companj asked ler a delay strike. Other building tradi s are
ml the privy council should have waiting tlie outcome of the conference
I leclslon on the point.   Thu-,  between the  carpentres and  employ-
the twi ini rate cannot be enforced ers. In case the carpenters' stirke
until a judgment bas been obtained comes it is said to be more than like-
from  eh.   privy council. ly that similar strikes  will  follow  u
  practically all other building trades.
A proposition to move the lieu Iquai- | ���	
ti tt  of the  Westminster Trust Company   from  l heir   present  location   to
the Masonic block is under considera- I .	
tion by the directors of thiut concern, e Spokane. Dec. 27.���Advices have
an: will likely materialize within t'e been received that the Government
next   few  days.    The  intentioTn  is  to   has  authorized     the    expenditure  o��-
TO  SPEND  $50,000
ON FREE TELEPHONES
KURDISH RAIDERS
TERRORIZE  TOWN
W|LL D G FOR COAL
BENEATH FALSE CREEK
"""'' iver, Dec 28.���Early lu Janu-
;,':' "!'��� rations will be started to to-
''"'' ;i roal  seam which  is  fully  be-
"u i o underly False Creek.    That
'H'n i    coal   somewhere   under this
!' has hen believed by geologists
'""" '��������� 'lays in which Coal Harbor
:";' >'��� name,
""' palse Creek syndicate, for
*Wch Messrs. Bowser & Wallbridge
��te ih,
We
legii.l    representatives,   is bo
convinced of this that it has se-
0'"'''11 m'ovinclal license covering three
of   i'r|e   bed   of   False   Creek,
mil
st'iniu
""���Mwiird
at  the head and  proceeding
Th
Idem
"tl'lld,
s)'tulii.
' '    erl of the syndicate Is con-
���hat   a    live-foot   vein    will   be
,l! :i  depth of BOO feet    The
"'' has .secured  the necessary
.r,l,iss'"�� fr  the city to carry on
th�� boring,
B l"' Plicate Is composed of local
"��� headed by .1. i.. Stewart, and Ihe
W|f,e la lhi" all the necessarv capital
'   " ''lisi''l right a home.
���Vs!""'. l'""lK' D('(:' 87-"~The round'
,1'-e Great Northern   railway
fit
ftre'"1"" ' "r]iS hlls bern destroyed by
Wl-]
irana i'o,.]i(
,"'"' engines  wen
aa tip-
burnt  ��s
'"'ly i-
roundhouse, which was en-
'"1 ,::i(-'i-   The loss is $ir.,ooo.
WHITES THREATENED BY
BLACKS IN OKLAHOMA
Henrietta, Okla., Dec. 27.���With
every available fighting man sworn in
���as a deputy and only 1,200 rounds of
ammunition in th town, lUnryetta is
fearing a deadly race war as the result
of the lynching of .lames Garden, a
negro. Reports of armed negroes advancing upon the town have hi en ie-
ceive.i from both the Wild Cat and
Clear View settlements.
The tiring of a small negro shack,
owned by a white man. near the Frisco station this morning, caused a call
to arms. Within five minutes after
ihe Bre alarm was given nearly 100
armed men were prepared for an attack. Three citizens' patrols have
been established.
Thirty-live negroes, heavily armed,
passed through Wild Cat today, inciting the blacks to revolt, They are
camped   near   the   river,   within   ten
miles of Etenryebta,
i mtt
Free Press Souvenir.
The Manitoba Free Press his Issued Its seventh Christmas souvenir,
a barrel of flour in miniature, The
barrel, which is a wooden reproduction of the lull sized barrel which carries Canada's wheat far and wide,
stands about five inches high.
One end of the package bears the
label. "Peace River Flour. From the
Vermillion Mills XXXX Four Hundred
Miles South of the Arctic Circle." On
the other end Is the statement, "Flour
from Canada's tar Northwest, Seventh
Christmas Souvenir, from the Manlto-
i ha Free Press, Winnipeg, 1907."
St. Petersburg. Dec. 27.���A despatch
from   Urmiab,    In    Persian Armenia.
1 which was brought out by a detachment of Russian troops, states that
foi the last eight days that town has
!nn entirely Burroundtd and Isolated
by bands of Kurdish raiders, who
haw attacked caravans and driven
hundreds of loaded camels to the
mountains. A caravan escorted by th"
guards of the Russian consulate at Ur-
miah.   which   was   the   first     to    get
. through, was attacked by the bandits
The   robbers   were repulsed   many  of
! tin m being killed or wounded.    Com-
j plete  anarchy   prevails   at   Urnmiah.
I Russia is planning to strengthen the
consulate guard there, hut it is declared in St. Petersburg that the time
for actual intervention has not yet
come.
WOMAN  SAVES  BABIES
FROM   BITE  OF   MAD DOG
Bellingham,  Dec.  27.���Placing   her
snian   children   In  a   bed.   Mrs,   E.   H.
buiid safety deposit valuts in the rear
of the premises now occupied by Bar-
|50,000   for  the construction  of  telephone lines,  trails and  roads in the
telephone service will be free.
Improvements will be made in the
clay & Adams, shoe merchants, who  national forests of Washington.    The
���hold their premises only on   a monthly  lease, and  establish the  offices of
the company at this place.   A sugges- \ Olympic, Rainier, Chelan, Washington*
tion to change the name of the bu 1!-1 and Wenhaha   reserves. This includes
t ing from Masonic block to Westmin-: aeveral hundred    miles   of wire and
Hamlin, wife of a well known rancher | ster Trust  block  is also mooted, the | many more of trails, and will  be of
building  having been  bought  b.v the j vast benefit  to  settlers  and  lumber-
latter company some months ago,
TREASURER WALKED OUT,
THIEF WALKED IN
Caron, Sask.. Dec. 27.���Two clever
rogues robbed'the town treasurer, R.
I.ong, of about Jfi.'O yesterday evening.
One asked Mr. tx>ng to step out of his
office to the street to talk about some
private business and the other stepped through the Ixack door and robbed
the cash hox drawer of the safe which
was open. The money was composed
of town and private funds. There has
been no trace of the robbers secured.
During the temitorary closedown of
the factory, extensive improvements
are being made at the B. C. Box factory, all the machinery undergoing a,
thorough overhauling and repairing.
A new boiler, to be used in, connection
with the 47 h. p. engine installed some
time ago, is being placed in position,
while a subsidiary engine will be put
up in the course of the next few days.
The plant is expected to be in operation again about the beginning of
March.
at Dfemnig, seized a poker and attacked <i mad dog that suddi nly was
stricken with the rabies while lying
in the kitchen of the Hamlin home.
The dog was a family pet, apuppy 6
months old. The husband and father
of the children was absent at the
time.
When     the    dog     began
around   the   room,    frothing
mouth    and    snapping    at
things,   Mrs.   Mamlin   first   looked   to
the safety  of her children drove the
dog into the  yard with  a  poker and
then called to a neighbor, who came
to the scene and dispatched the canine with a gun.
CRAFTSMEN GATHER AT
I men and miners operating in the va -
ious districts, west of Spokane.
running
at    t he
differ-, nt
ONCE   WEALTHY   MAN
JAILED AS A  VAGRANT
Taconia, Dec. 27.���W
who made a fortune here in the slot
machine business, was thrown into
jail tonight on a charge of vagrancy.
Payne was tlie poineer slot machine
man of Tacoma, bringing the machines here many years ago. Tacoma
at the time was the center of a rough
sporting element and Payne made
money so fast that it turned his head.
Re had nineteen machines and cleared
more than $100 daily on each machine
He plunged into all kinds of dissipation, and the opium habit acquired a
terrible hold on him. He ls now penniless.
A checker match letween residents
of the south side of the river and citizens of New Westminster is billed to
bake place in the near future, a team
of four men forming each side. Surrey will be represented by the Brothers Falconer. Mr. Hodge and Henry
Lewis, while B. Murchie, W. Anler-
eson and two others to be selected
later, will oppose them in the tournament.
|    J McCutcheon, for many years tele-
INSTALLATION OP OFFICERS &aSZ2_.Z_T_.EZ
MB|  ei-          Jear-   He wi" be succeeded by P  K
'"*'*' '     pennett, late of Brandon, Man.
Union and King Solomon lodges, A. ��� ���	
F. & A  M. held a joint installation of;    George Coleman,  a  negro   charged
officers   at  the   Masonic  Temple  last   with stealing a watch from Alex   Mc-
night.    An attendance of members of  Leod,  when  the said    McLeod    w
the craft from every part of the world,  drunk  and incapable,   was  sentenced
in addition to the members of tbe two  in the police court yesterdav'So-si
local  lodges  brought  the  number of  months  in  the provincial  jail?   O
craftsmen   present   up  to  about  200.; "vag." will put m thirty days on tlT
Nels Nelson was installed as Master  rockplle, and one drunk p Ud J' 50 for
of King Solomon lodge,   and   Angus  his freedom.   Another of the slme Ilk
Munn    re-elected    Master   of   Union   forfeited $5 bail by teinng to aDDea_
lodge  for the ensuing year.    A ban- for  trial.    One  "broke"   applied   for
S.    Payne, j que* followed the, installation.   Songs  lodging last night, and was accommo
were given by Messrs. Horace Do.er. dated. " 0"
J.  A. Lee, Knight,  Innes,  Broad and . .���	
Whitmore. Throughout the evening' The annual Christmas entertain
the toasts were responded to with ex- ment of the St. Baa-naba* Sundav
ceptionally brilliant speeches. The in- ��cEool took place in tbe schoolroom
stalling officers were Past Grand Mas- yesterday evening, the cantata "Shad
ters T. J. Armstrong and R. E. Wai- ow of Santa Claus" being rendered bv
ker, .1. A. Lee, retiring master of Kin- I the children In a most pleasing man
Solomon lodge, was presented with a ner. Other features of the entertain
Past Masters jewel. Among the dis- mtnt Included a well rendered sons
tinguished Masons present in additi n by the "Spies," another by the "Brow
to the Installing officers were Past nies," a newspaper boys' march tw'o
Gnand Masters J. S. Clute, Charleson | "Dolly Songs." by the girls, and the
impersonation of such nurserv favor-
MH as "Little Bo-Peep," "Red Riding
Wireless Interrupted. | Hood." "Little Boy Blue," and others
Victoria, Dec. 27.-The Pachena , of this big family. Miss Herring offi
Point wireless telegraph station estah-1 elated at the piano, while W Nelson
llshed b.v the Canadian Government. is ! donned the mantle of Santa Claus for
unable to communicate with the Vic- the occasion, being assisted in his on-
toria government   central sfa'.ion, the ! erous duties by "Mother Goose," (Miss
se of
and Wood.
mountains at  the  south end  of Van-   Sadie Dunlop.)    During the couri
couver Island seemingly interrupting
the artificial communication, nnd it
may he necessary to establish a station to relay messages between the
two stations.
thc evening, the rector, Rev. C. W.
Houghton, was presented with a handsomely bound volume of Longfel'ow's
poems, this being a gift from tl .^
teachers of the Sunday school.
��� ���imHnnn_iw��.i��iiii PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
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til
Corcdcsused
Advertisements
tttA'N ri ' -y . ������ \. m in ni b
VV b"..-.. and  bu. . . .
and di teas    id    Musl be
i  guild  hustler,    A  good  pi iposition
lo  th.-  righl   party.    Referem
��� red as to honesty,    Apply in o�� n
hai-dwri.'ng  n> R.  E   C. Hoop'-:   536
Pender al reet, Van< auver,
FOB 8 \i.l-_. BEST CORD-WOOD
at $."..uii a cord, delivered. T.
H. Foster, General delivery. New
Westminster,
TT.URNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
-*-     suitable tor light house-keeping.
Alex Speck. Columbia street.
rpOUND, TWO WEEKS AGO, FISH
-A- ing skiff on north arm. Name N.
W. 79. Apply at this office
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MARKET
GIRL  WANTED    IN     FAMILY   OF
,two, Apply flrst house below convent, west side of Albert .Crescent.
T APANESE     BOY     ATTENDiNG
O school wants work wiih goo I family in return for room and board,
Apply Box 545, city.
T APANESE LADIES WANT GEN
-a eral housework ior month. or
washing clothes by the day. Apply to
S. Matsumura, P. 0. Box 2!>6, city.
DOSITION WANTED AS WORK.
-*- ing housekeeper; so d conk.
Apply at News office.
T ARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
*~A afar January.lst. Corner tth
Ave ainl 6th stree!. All conveniences.
WANTED���Gir]  mornings for bod-
room  work.    Apply to Mrs. C.
A   McKillij.s.
TTTANTED -BED    SITTING   ROOM
' V   for single gentleman.   Reply by
letter to  A-  C,    Daily  News,   P.  O.
Box  693,
TTTANTED���YOUNG   LADY.    JUST
�� ��    bii   school  preferred,    to take
care of oflice.     Apply   D. C.  Dally
N> ws office.
Y'M'NC JAPANESE BOY WANTS
*- situation as house boy; honest
and intelligent; speaks good Engl'sh,
Addr.ss G. NISHI, P. O. Box 411.
New Westminster-
*       1*1 J-_ IN. iV L.   I
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i- Hex ai tlon oi ivy   ales
of lasl ������ sk '��� .-���- felt ai t< rday's
marku I ipplies bi m In exce
of the demand, and trading rathei
dull, iyp e - remained a ioul the same
however, pritir- hind-quarters of beel
bringing from 6 to s cents, and lore
quarters from ."i to ti cents. Prim
lam ) and mutton was Short, and not
heavily In demand, Fourteen cents
bought nil the lamb that was wanted,
while 12 to 18 oents was the pric - of
mutton. Prime pork was fairlj well
represented, and brought from S to 10
cents, Medium calves brought ll
cents for veal, and large calves from
6 to 8 cents.
Eggs were plentiful, and sold from
.10 to 55 cents retail, and 15 cent!
wholesale.    Fowl  af  $6.50 to $8.00 per
dozen wer,. lightly bought.   Chickens
wore well  sold  at   from $4.50 to $6.50.
Ducks were few, and sol i us quoted.
A few turkeys were In evidence, and
broughl from 25 to 28 cents per pound
live weight, and al 30 cents pi r poun l
dr ��� ised. Dressed chickens were plentiful al from 22 to 25 cent- per pound
Live get Be rough! from $1 to $1.25
each, and dressed g- ese were In de
mand al about 20 cuts pi r pound.
Apples, according to varietj and condition, sold at from SO cen.s to $1.23
pe : u\ Potatoes sol I well al a oul
$ I - p< r Lon.
Strike   Losses.
Valparaiso,  Di c   .'. ���The    strik rs
resumed   work   toda,   al .re and
Autofagista The 1 ssi.- f n thi 20
da'.- during which the i trike has been
on are tot illed al al out $20,000,000.
Thi nltrati production for the month
of December will be one million quln
t'lls Ips than the amount ��� stim tte I,
WANTED- A NUMBER OF FIRST
class laborers,    Apply ; i Quig
ley, near Small & Bucklln's.
TA I.'. HATHKRLY. Optician and doc
*-* tor of Ophthalmolgy. Cures
Nervous and Chronic Headaches by
<J^^ skillfully prescribed gla ee
Wf��^Parlors on Sixth Sp. Murchie
block, New Westminster.
MEHUesr:
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OUR OBJECT
Two matters receive our special attention;��� Savings/ D po3its and
Western interests The one aids the other���every dollar depo3iti !
with 'is Is at once set to work to promote some phease of We t r.i
prosperity.
Interest at highest rates pa'd four time - a year.
I
II NORTHERN BANK
Capital   Paid   Up,  $1,200,000-
Rest and   Undivided   Profits.  $116,000
J. ALLEN, Local Manager,   New Westminster, B.C,
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\ FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will   ���
�� deliver to any part of thc city.
: C. WILL5
Cln
EVERY   BIRD
GUARANTEED
New Year's
Turkeys,
Geese,
Ducks,
Chickens,
at Reichenbach's
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HUNDREDS   TO   CHOOSE   PROM
ON    SALE    TODAY
Call and leave your orders or Telephone 101
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling-of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
������������  The
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
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) THC RIGHT THING TO DO
��� if  you  have   unintentionally  overlooked some friend at Christmas ii
��� to remember them
ON NEW YKR'S DAV
j
Though   our Christmas sabs were heavy,  our assortr-rrt is lii" ���
New Westminster Branch.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
ntanuracturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Dra ning.
	
"7
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. * New Westminster
MAKE YOUR SELECTION AT
Eyes Tested Free.
FOR NEW YEA
Vancou c '; Leading Jewell)
j
GEO. E. TROF IY, Managing Di   tor
I   Cor. Hastings and G    nville Sts. ��� ���       ��uver J
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We will give a discount of 20 per
cent, off regular prices on all goods
Sold for Cash in our Crockery and
Glassware stock.
ADAMS& DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Phone 97.
CALL   AND   INS
T. J.  TRAPP   & C0>
Limited ITU,DAV. NOV. 28,  1907.    f.
THE DAILY NEWa
PAGE THREE
Something Unique is
Cowan
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cahe
TOE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADE OICLY BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
(The place to  buy your  Furniture at cash prices on
the easy payment plan without interest
or extra charge
:p
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Freed Furniture to.
62 & 64 Hastings St, West, Vancouver, B. C.
[Complete   House   Furnishers
orders   promptly   executed',   carefully packed free of charge.
.......
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
t.ight Trams Every Day in the Ye*i
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
ior COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
.vorli). The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
id section sleepers, luxurious dining
ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
nodern day coaches and buffet, li-
'narv and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,   Folders,  or   any
���urthcr  information call on or  wntt
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL 'AGENT,
720 Second Avenup. Seattle?.. Vvme
Double Screened Nut
5.00
Mail Service
.  '    P, li. train al  -   ��� ���
���  ���   -. ,i. iii.
��� i     attle, na Hunting i m
.    1,   daily   ex< epl   SllD
...   No,   l,   dally   exi ���
Rei... i at 6   ������ p.m.
B. c. Electric  i i Iwaj
.   lii a. tn.'
No,   l.  dallyexcepl Sun
|        eturn m��i] received 9 a. m.
;    .  i; N.R, train, 8 15 a.m.
Mlcotnekl,   Port   K<i! i
��� ��� -.   Ila l*a   Prairie,    Bon   A :���
t nd   Seattle   (all   points ;
on   ,unl   south,    also   all I
1 tern   states I,    dailj   < x-
|;��� S Return mails n celved
tu.
liiytuii.   Tuesdays   and   Thursdays, I
hehi Wednesdays   and   Sa'u--i
f.f   Return mall received Monday? j
\   f       ya.
t       ��� : by n. c. Electric railway. |
a, iu.-
iVanci . ,-er  No,  2:   Victoria,  No   l
prai   I'irk,   dally   except   Sunday ;
pon        I rei elv*9d al 2 p, m
li . carrier, 1:13 p, m.:
lEast Burnaby, dally except Sundaj I
(turn i, alia received a* 1:in p, ni.
ji        . by carrier 12,fH) noon:      I
JTlm ���     -. !.  TuesauyB nnd  Friday-. I
r-- rei eived  Tuesdays ana
fid
f .1'. I*. H. '.oat. 1:30 p.m. I
o es  dailj   al   the  Bame
lng wlnter moneths:
��� ��� Westham     Island,     Pori i
t- : veston,   Sunbury.   Aallv j
P" : Ki turn mails receiv
fron l) a. m. to ll  a. m.
Wednesday and Satur-
a-   b,     ��� maii on Wednesdays and
���
No. 3;   Victoria, No. ;;.
I Lake; closes ai 3   10 ;
pxecept   Sunday. Return
'        ed at 6  p, in.
lake,    Return    mail    v
Ii!.
P'"'0 !'     by Q.N. Fyler, 4 u   in.:
ii    points,    daily except
f ��� turn mall ll  p. m.
f i'i' R. train at 3:16 r
��� !h-    e loses at 2:30 p.m.:
,' .1 Vancouver, No. on (C
',( ' ���   ��� iii ''iinl maili. Return mali
"The Milwaukee" Westminster Iron'Worts
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
'The   Pion'-r   Limited"   St.   Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago
NU   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil
vaukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway.     The.\
iwn  and  operate  their  own  sleeping
ind dining cars on all] their trains and
^ive   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
1 i-i Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or.
I'i.NERAL MAUH1NB1 ami hjnoiNI
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING. HHiH'i:-. aoe
STRUCTURAL IKON    WUHK
Ornamental   Iron   worn,   inciu:iia&
y, noes, Dates, Fire Escape'-, etc.
vt iii orders and correspundeni e In
iif-d.
JOHN RFID,
BEGBIE Si'Kt.i-.i.
\'m    V\'f..f rnftintpr. r-     I t     <7|
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
,t ADVERTISE       BJ
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
If YOU Want a Situation.
Something For Nothing
is what no firm can afford to  give
if they expect to remain in business
But
we are busy
Cutting
Kitchen Chairs      60c up
Dining Chairs $ 1.00"
Dining Sets    Ui.00 "
Carpets
25c   per yard   up.
Kitchen Tables $1.75 up
Fall Leaf Tables  4.50 "
Oak Dining Table, 8 ft. ex.. 8.00 "
All kinds at big reductions.
p. in.
i
iSapperton,  No.'2;  Millside, Nc
plMlam, dally except Sunday,   Re- ||
f received al J p.
60   YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
jSS_fpt American
Email,,,, , , ' U'lUtrutod wt-only. LiirROBt, olr- ,
uumfi iW"! "i-u-miti,. Journal, Terms lor I
_. "iii   .',!;', 'L.>'u'"'. PO'tiiwe iin-jmlJ.    Bold by
"pN&C036*DrcSdw.,.NoWYnr|(
Special values in Linoleums & Oil Cloths
Choice Display
Of Wall Papers and Pictures. All that is newest and most
artistic in designs and color combinations for this season's
business.
~V. E. FALES,
The Home Furnisher.
We handle no Toys. New Westminster; B. C.
SPONTANEOUS  REMARKS.
Case*    Where    Suspcnc.    Has    Calle**!
Forth  Err. phi lee F'.oquests.
Charlej Stone was one of many
unfortunates   who took  one  d   i-i
ta   '- in tin- will', uilil wp.~t. with a
-  :o'v of Shakespeare and ntlier
of the classics.    The first
violin in tlie orchestra played altogether on the E Btring until a well
armed   cowboy   arose   nnd   Mini:
"Pardner, I'm a graduate of Vale.
I've been in thi.~ part of the conn-
try for nigh on nine years.    I love
music."    Then, drawing hi< Beven
shooter, he milled. "Fiddle a little
on some oth'-r string or I'll make
, you look like a coal sifter."
Intense excitement was caused in
De Give's Opera House in Atlanta
1 a Dumber of years a^o when Jeffer-
; nm was playing Hip Van  Winkle.
j Every count? in the state was represented in the audience. Emotions
were deeply stirred and but ill sup-
pressed v.*her. the profligate Rip was
driven from home. A very distinguished looking old gentleman arose
in the center of the auditorium and
relieved the situation by crying in
a loud voice: "Don't go, Rip! Don't
go!" Then the lachrymal dams
burst, and everybody wept. Of
course we all know that men are
hired at times to create these effects, but now and then such actions
are spontaneous.
In Hartley Campbell's day there
came pretty near being a riot, over
a lost baby in one of Harry Miner's
theaters. It was a stage baby���a bit
of real property, however���and its
ni'ither was almost crazed when
some bandits kidnaped it. The Bowery audience were wrought up to
the highest pitch of melodramatic
interest. An attenuated westerner,
over six feet high, unable longer to
stand the -train, stood up and,
pointing to the wings, yelled with
fearful emphasis: "Thar',- thc brat
over in the corner! Hive it buck to
its mother an' let the play go on or
I'll wreck the whole darn concern!"
It took several policemen and ushers to restore him to reason and
quiet the fury of the gallery gods.���
Exchange.
New  Year's   Night
JANUARY 1, 1908
Williams' Original  Dixie Jublee
Singers
Every one a star.
Male and female quartette presents
j a .selection of songs which vary from
grand opera to negro plantation   and
e boat medolies.
This  company  appeared  here    last
'season, scoring a triumphant success.
( Now it is bigger and better than   before.
Seat*    on    tale    today   at    Ryall's.
Prices $1, 75c, 50c and 25c.
A Doubtful Compliment.
A clergyman was about to leave
his church one evening when he encountered an old lady examining the
carving on tha font, finding her
desirous of seeing the beauties of
the church, he volunteered to show
her over, and the flustered old lady,
much gratified at this unexpected
offer of a personally conducted tour,
shyly accepted it. By and by they
came to a handsome tablet on the
right of the pulpit. "This," explained the good man, "is a.memorial tablet erected to the memory of
the lute vieajv'
0PEIM= HOUSE
Unequalled Vaudeville
ALL H'ELK OF DEC. 23rd.
Matinees, Wednesday ard
Saturday Evenings.
Two  complete  performances.  First
performance     commences     at     7:30
prompt.    Second  performance at 9.00
Change  of  programme Mondays  an I
Thursdays.    Doors open,  Matinees at
' 2.30;  nights at 7.00-
MULLALY   SISTERS���Refined    Singers  and (lancers.
| C.  S.   Coulsone���Blackface   comedian.
i Tbe Gr<at Hermanns���Magic and Hindoo mysteries.
1 Dnnkan & Co.���Comedy Sketch.
That Other Quartette���Refined   vocal-
|    ists.
Mentell   and   Clifford���Gymnasts  and
acrobats,    assisted by  the World s
only mind reading dog "SANCHO."
��� Grace Huntington & Co.���A native of
the Dominion in a comedy  playlet.
Prices���50c, 3iie, 25c, 15c, and 10c.
Xew   programme   and   people  week
of December 30th with an addition of
moving pictures and illustrated songs.
Ea<-h succeeding week will see added  improvements.
Come at an>' time, stay as long as
you like. If suited till your friends;
if not tell us.
WE HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUB-
lie that after this date all orders for
wood will have to be accompanied by
CASH.
(Signed)    BELYEA & CO.
LOUIS WILLIAMS.
WILBER   SMITH.
December B, 1907.
English and American Billiard Tablet, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand tables and supplies in
stock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
NOTICE ONE NIGHT ONLY
FRIDAY, JANUARY, 3rd.
Henry    B.   Harris,
Manager of "The Lion and the Mouse"^
Company announces
The Favorite American Actor
RALPH   STUART
-IX-
The Great College Play
STRONGHEART
(By   William   C.   De   Mille)
"In all the world no show like this."
The greatest theatrical achievement
���'i'""   A ,: ?'  ��' Box  1185   of modern limes.
Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store
Prices $1.50. $1.00, 75c and 50c.
Bowling  Alley,   Pender  St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent   for   .Messrs.  Samuel   May   &
!o.,  Toronto.
ADVERTISE IX THE DAILY XEWS
w. R. Qilley���Tel. li
Office   Tel.  16.
G.   E.   Gilley���Tel.   291
Gilley Broa, Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    Dt*a.LERS IX
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement. Rosebank Lini?, B. C. Pot-
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Ciayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and F,re Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick. Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common   Brick   Sand. Gravel and Crushed Rock
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
tranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England,
N��w York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business TranBact9d.
Letters of Credit Issued, available with correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four timet a year.
Total Astets over $168,000,000.00.
KTW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. U. ft BRYMNER, Manager. PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY  XEWS
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C. A. McKlLLOP,
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Phone 310-
SUCCESSOR TO R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders will be receive^ by the un-
ilersigned for the latx>r in making addition to Uie Market Sail-ilng on
Front street, materials to be supplied
b;   -lie corporation.
Tenders are also invited for supply of 120 squares (more or 1 ss) of
corrugat-pe-d galvanized iron. 26 guage.
to correspond with material on pr<e-
sent building.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at my office. Tenders will be received
up to ,") p. ni. of Monday, the :10th inst.
The lowest or any tender net necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
CHty Clerk
City Hall, Dec. 27, 1907.
'.;.
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We Arc Going
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at thejr
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
m& ���
SATURDAY, NOV. 28.  1907.
THE  INDIAN  RESERVE,
"he very staightforward  exposition
of the status of the Indian   Reserve
question uu'ler the terms of union by
the Hon.  Frank Oliver,    Minister   of
the Interior, on the door of    Parliament the other day is of great interest.    The expression of frien li;.' sympathy for the province of British Columbia because the arangement under
the Terms of Union does not work oui
just as the parties thereto axpectfli it
would do, ia the matter of reversionary   rights.     The   suggestion   of   a
friendly statement of case before the
courts in which t!.<? Dominicn Govern-;
ment  would not in any sens \ be antagonistic to tae claims of British Co-'
lumbia  further than .is necessary  as
disc&arging i.s duty ti its wards, the
Indian.-, is a good one. so    that    the.
matter  may   be  finally  settled.    The
reserves could  then  he dealt  with in
business-like manner and large aieas
of fertile lands be opened up for settlement either under the Province oi
the Dominion.    Under the Int rpreta-
tion pu! u] on the agr ement   by  the
province,  thai   all  m m ��� 3    paid    for
abandonment of right by  the Indians
Bhoui i go to the Provincial tr a-ary,
makes fhe Indian loath to relinquish
his right and the whole of a reserve,
and then- are many of them, is tied I
up pending the extinction of the tribe.i
The only other way suggested, if tie
decision of the courts  is  not sought,;'
is for the Province to offer to take a J
quid  pro  quo  for ita   r.-visionary in-]
threat In the shap: of other Domini .a ;
leada net so tied up, an!  then leave]
the Dominion Government to deal sin-.
���g.'e han.led  with the Indians for the
opening up of such portions of their \
reserves as are not being   used    or j
���e'.-.uCtivau-d   by   theni.    The  onus  now:
rests with the Provincial Government,
If it really wishes the ca.-e clearid up j
and we beleive it does, and it would
he of Immense value to the Province
to    have    these    areas    settled    and,
brought under cultivation.
FOR SALE
We have choice upland prairie hay
and timothy hay, also oats, wheat and
feed to offer in car lots.. Delivery
prices given  on request.
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A 377
Front St. New Westminster
D. C. HOFFMAN,
Grain   and   Provisions.
CALGARY
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and   the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and   beef> mutton
ROYAL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned, and marked "Tenders for Supplies," up to 1 p, m, Saturday, December 28th, 1907, for supplying the hospital from 1st January,
1908, to 31st December, 1908, with the
following  articles:
Broad,  white and  brown;
Beef;
Mutton;
Milk;
Drugs;
Groceries;
Wood, slabs, per cord;
Coal, washed nut;
Fish;
Funerals.
Detailed   lists    of, drugs,
and fish can
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INTO THE STORE, THIRD FROM THE CORNER OF THE DOMINION
TRUST BLOCK. BEFORE WE GO, WE MUST SELL OFF OUR
STOCK. AS  A NEW   STOCK   HAS  BEEN   ORDERED.
EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE   HAS   BEEN   REDUCED.
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith     Diamond   Merchant
Columbia St.,   Next Tram  Office
TURNBULL'S
bakery!
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4th and Columbia S.s.
groceries.
l:e o:taln-
PHII.ADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Tim�� Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VAOX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 .Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
at       ADVERTISE      ��J
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THE      DAILY       NEWS
FOR BIG RESULTS.
ed   at the "hospital.
Neither the lowest or anj- tender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of the groceries anl all
information obtainable on application
to the Lady Superintendent, at the
hospital-
W   H. KKARY,
Secretary  R. C.   U.
Xew Westminster,  B.   C.
Decembi r l^th.   1907.
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All kinds of fancy pastry. ���
First class candies.   Fresh t
Pure Food
Supply Co,
THE
CASH
STORE
taffy. G. B. chocolates.
Bread 5c per loaf.
We still have some
cellent Xmas cakes left.
ex-
X()T FROM
Ottawa or Japan
Can you   hope to settle
this cheap labor question
Just   have your garments,
with the' Union   Label
attached,  made by    :    :
J. N. AITCHISON
Columbia St.
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To Hie Citizens of Now Westminster
We !���.!'.'��� ip eni d a new  ijrocerj . 'nn1 in the
try to ci      o that i'  win paj you to i omi
��� " new and up-to-date.
NO OLD GOODS
A few prices for this week wil! be:
Choice  Hams     '3;
Selacted  Eastern  Eggs, 3 dozen    for   	
Half gallon tins Canadian  Rock  Maple   Syrup   	
F nest   Singapore   Pineapple     --r.
Bex  Magic  Baking  Powder	
$!.00
New Westminster i ���
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THE CASH STORE.
Burr Block.
Columbia Street
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"STRONGHEART"
'i'he sale of seats for Ralph Stuart'd
appearance in "Strongheart" will open at Ryall's Drug Store today.
Henry  B.   Harris  will   preseni   Mr.
pl in William C   De Mille's com-
e ly-drama of < ollege    life,    "Sl rong-
��� "   in which Mr, so rt , omlse
to win an evei      eati ij        than
d by him in .  ��� i
1 he leading roi     Lhat of a
egebred Mr, Stuart
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tage to ��� ie I tll. AddttJ mi    i    i ictlv* ���
is b at ti   th    . la;   bj  the i.e"
that It j      in    e .     e lil    ;-. p. \ ivld-
and force in Its situation .ip i
much Lum u <ii I he breezj im i
sort. An exciting Incldenl Is the feoot-
oi'l game which forms an Impor ant
i ,i:: in thr il. velopnient of the story,
The engagement is tor Friday .>;' n xl
week.
How a stone  ��_, .���.
A stone ls usually considered to im
fourteen pounds, but a butcher's stum'
of (lead meat is only eight pounds, a
stone of cheese is sixteen pounds, a j
steme of glass five pounds, while a
stone of hemp runs to thirty-two
pounds.���London Standard.
Perteverance.
Perseverance Is more prevailing than !
violence, aud many things which ran-
not l>e overcome when I hey arc togeth- i
cr yield themselves up when taken little by little.���Plutarch.
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IRON BEDS
A shipment of double and
single Iron Beds just
We wish to announce that
Get
our prices
Our Great Shoe Sale I  ALEX SPECK
which has been so successfully carried on for the
past three weeks will be continued
Until  the New Year
This means only three days more to lake advantage of the great bargains on Shoes. No matter what shoe you ask for, you can expect a discount of from 10 to 35 per cent, of the regular price
Remember, on Tuesday evening next the curtain drops-the big sale ends-after which prices
must be different.
Keep your eyes on us for the next three*days.
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(h Best of Fl -n   rs Pork
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i Pacific Meat Market
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Yes, Indssd.
"A woman makes a great change la
ti man's lite."
"Yes, and she takes a great deul or
rtwnge out of It too."- Houston l'o*i
Bis Shoe  House,
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
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Phone
192
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adam*,  Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watchos from 912.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Sliver Watches, douhle
case, $7.50 np.
Agent, for the eelehratert South fiend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition,    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, .Tewelry. ere. etc.
Watch repairing; tiiarges reasonable.
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
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Iniimrtors, Manufacturer,, una
ers ln Ladles' and Qents1
,  FINK HAIR ,',,0DS
Transform*"0"9'
and   Svltoh*
Toopes, WIrs,
Pompadours
Marcel  Wave,  lilc.irhln-
Ing.   Manicure and Ma
and Scalp Treatment.
436 Granville St
and D-f'"
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE DAY.  NOV. 23,   1907.
THE  DAILY   HW9.
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loliday Gift Goods
Get Clearing Prices
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CITY NEWS
PLENDID inducements to procure an additional gift or two.
Perhaps you have inadvertently overlooked somebody in the rush.
Here's your opportunity, to make
tood, at a saving too, in outlay.
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Start now and eat your   meal
Kenny's.
at)bet "red weter" was threatened in the
**jdistrict.   Only a tew rases have been
! reported to Dr. Knight, and a.s far as
Fred  Parmlter  is   mentioned  as a w is able to Judge, there is no call for
iGent's   H    S.   Linen   Handkerchiefs,   in   fancy     boxes;     regular    $2.50
for
$1.50
Gent's   H.   S.   Linen   Handkerchiefs,   in   fancy   boxes:     regular     $3.75
for
$3.00
Children's   Initial   H.   S.   Silk   Handkerchiefs; regular 35c for .... 20c.
I Swiss   Embroidered   Lawn   Handkerchiefs:  regular 25c for 6 for $1.00
[Big Discount Off Prices
Of All Fancy Linens
.:     '   and   $'5.00   Sable   Ruffs,  go  at $14.(X) and  $10.00
GOOD  FURS TO  GO  AT A  FRACTION  OF THEIR VALUE
:' -i.   $5.00  Mink   Marmots   Stoles, go  now at $3.75 and $4.50
$10.00 and  $8.50 White  Thibet  Boas go  now at       $7.50 and $5.00
72   in.    Foxaline   and    Russian   Hare  Throws;   regular $5.00 and $3.50
S -     ni  Lace Blouses, at $2.75
($6.00 and $4.50 Ones.)
But we must have the tables for other goods. So the price cutting process has been applied to make the more speedy clearance possible.
20 dozen Cashmere  and  Lusher  Waists,    mostly   cream,    black,    navy,
and cardinal;    worth  up to  $4.00.  all  selling  at $2.25.
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The Latest Designs from  New York
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TELESCOPE  MAis foi thi man    who   wants   the *
Come  and   inspect  ther
J. Eugene Brown
THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIER
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SALE
fRESH  fish
Fresh  TOM   COD3
Fresh  WHITINGS
Fresh   HERRINGS
Fresh   LEN   COD
Fresh   HALIBUT
Fresh   SOLES
Fresh BALED CRABS
IW��KED FISH
Smoked   SALMON
Smoked   HALIBUT
Sm.ked   KIPPERS
Smoked  BLOATERS
Smoked  COD
I CITY fISH CO.
Telephone 40.
PRINTING
Have your printing done iu
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
PAI I.V NEWS BLOCK
Ilie Oriental;Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
.,,, ,naaa Labor Contractors
Ne�� Westminster branch P. O.
Box   645.
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candidate  for the councillor's    chair
for War] t. Delta municipality.
Uo you want a new cottage on a
large lot, below market value? We
can suit you for$1000, only $400 cash
and balance easy. Abbott & Hyde,
nent Guichon  Hotel.
The morning sermon at the Olivet
Baptist church tomorrow will be "The
Beginning of Heaven"; in the evening the subject will be "What Then?''
It' tf. C. Cigars are gooii enough for
Christum* they are good  always,    **
The Rovers football team will play
the Thistles in Vancouver this afternoon, and as both teams are In fine
fettle, a fast game is expected.
If you are a hearty eater, see Kenny about It. He can sat sty you for
2 bits. **
The next regular meeting of th ���
Lil eral Association of New Westminster will take place on Thursday, Jan-
uaiv 9.
For cut flowers, Douijuets or funeral lesigns telephone T. Davies &
Son, B. 20S. *��
The Cooks and  Waiters and   Hotel
Employei     Local  Union will hold its
su eting   since   the   oi ganiz il ieen
this  evening  in  the  Oddfellows  hall.
A  :' ill attendance is requesti d.
All kinils of pot-plants and cut
flowers at Tidy's.   Phone A L84.      **
Mr. and Mrs, C. I.. Thornber, of
Phoenix, arrive in tlie city yesterday,
nnl will remain here the guests of
.\!.. ind Mrs, I.. Thornbtr for the next
Clad you enjoyed youi Xmas dinner
at Kenn} 's J is' is iod all year
r   ind **
The wedding of I wo ; opular yo .up
le  "t   the   Delta,   George   Devitl
Hiss  Elsie  Brodie, Is announced
to take place al Clover Lea Farm on
New V-'pis Day.
The   Brst   meeting  ot   the   Ladner
branch  ol   the  W.  C. T,   I',  recently
���.ip/.- .1   b>   Mrs.   A.-.i   Gordon,   will
take place on Tuesday, Jan, 7, at the
residence ol one of the membi s,
Thi body ot James Hanley, who
lied in this city on Thursday, was
yeaterdaj   shipped to Nanaimo by  I).
Murchie. The deceas. el is survived
bj a family, the menial's ol which
r side In the Coal City,
\ recognized Standard���A self sell-
in-  article���The  B, C.  Cigars. **
.1. V. Thompson, timber cruiser and
prospector, left yesterday [or a three
months' trip through Ilie Kootenay
country, He had only n cently returned from 8 prospecting trip io the
head of Pitl  Lake.
Beat 26c meal in the city at Kenny's
a _!1  meal ticket  for $4. **
The morning subjeel at the Queen's
Avenue Methodist on.rch this Sunday
will in a sermon bj tire past r to the
older people. "A l.and Without fl Sunset." The evening subject wil be
"Self Examination," a a rmon for the
New V'ear
We are ag< nts tor the I. tt, C, gu ���-
line i ngines, These enegines are giving univers el a r Cacti m Abbotl &
H. le, next Gul I on hotel.
In   tli ��   e : :., i tic
��� i nd .��� Pioph,'   to    '     Iven  In   th
q ..        \, on ;e  M     " .'.-<  church on
iy,  all   me    i       ol   the clwir
!., i8<), ai     eqm    ed to atten
the pi   - nt   e h Ir this
evening at s o'< hich.
i ii   flrsl pei forman< I the Frant ���
Hn M iPhi rson ��� vllle com.] anj
u ll ia i ive : ��� the buildlns r centi}
vai ited by A, Hardm in, McKenzl ���
treet, on Jan. 6, inBte i! of Dei. 30,
i, .pu ng ��� e n Pound Im osslble I > ���
,., ,,,;,!, te the alti r itions in time for
the earlier date.
A recor i if four Inchi s of w iter
���a is yesterday posted at the water
commiasioner.s office by William
Grevas,  of  Peardonville, he  desiring j
this for domestic and aifrirullur::! pur-
poaes, The wati r n to be taken from
Walker creek, The application will
be considered on Jan.  7.
The im reaped  sales on  the "It. O." [
and  "Ol 1   Sport"  cigars  ia   L907  oier
1906 are over 200,000. **
Dr. A. Knight. Of Victoria, govern-
,��� nt veterinary and dairy inspector.
li ts returned from an Inspection tour
of tlo Chiiliwack districl, under! iken
at the request of certain favmns of
MeUquI, who feared that an outbreak
alarm among the ranchers.
All members of the nugie land.
Sixth Regiment D. C. O. It., an 1 all
young men desiring to join that organization .are requested to attend at
the drill hall on Monday evening,
when Bandmaster A. S. Leslie will
Interview prospective buglers at 8 '���
���'ciwek.
Twenty axmen were yesterday hired
by .1. M. Wiise for work at Prince Ru-j
pert, thirty competent men being I
wanted at that point by Engineer A. |
R. Green, of the G. T. P. Mr. Green j
will be in the city on Monday after-!
n(x)ii, and will Interview the me:.
hired at tie Depot hotel.
Complaints are again being made
that some of the city merchants are
using part of the sidewalk as a storing place for goods. This nuisance
was abated some time ago. after t.ie
Chief of police had made cal!s on "Bli
offenders, but the practice is again
being indulged in by a number of the
storekeepers.
A mil house greeted ths entertainment of   the   West     Knd     Methodist
church, given in the schoolroom yesterdaj   ��� vening,  over   250   people   attending.   Tlie sum of $26 was taken In
at   the door,   this   amouni   gotng   towards paying off the cosrt of gifts distributed  to the children from a huge
Christmas tree despoiled for that pur
pose.      .lames    Innes    impersonated
Santa Claus, thai mythical  per unagi
having a previous   engagement   else-1
where, while A. P. Halladay acted as!
chairman.    One of  the  most altrac-
tive  features  of  the  evening was  a|
floral   drill,  carried   out   by   fourteen
little glrla.    So pleased was the audience  with  this  part of th?  program
tii. i an ' aco.e was Insisted upoa.
TO RENT. N'ew 6 room house���
Modern���On car line ��� $22.50. 6
rooai cottage���Furnished���Close to
car���$22.50. New two stony house���
7 rooms���Close to car���Sapperton���
$20. New two storey housi���* rooms���
Close to car���Sapperton���$20.00. N \\
2 storey house���7 rooms- Cl.se to car
$32.50. Small house in Wesl End on
cat line -$6.00. Rooms suit;.ble for
two men -$3.00. 2 furnished rooms
in private house���Fine location���Inquire at. White, Shiles & Co. 260 Columbia street.    Phone 85. **
An attendance of over 150 people
greeted the Christmas surprise party
given by the Sunday school of St.
Paul's R, E. church iast night. An
elaborate program, consisting of chorus songs by the school, and recitations
and songs by several of the ch'ldren,
was highly appreciated by the audience. The drill by Mrs. Colliater's
class was especially commendable and
showing the results of the great pains
taken by Miss Roe, the instructress, i
The surprise came after the first part
of tin- program had been renderel
The curtain was rolled back, showing
Santa Claus (Sam Craig) ani his
spouse (Miss Ebbie Harris) seated
in thi Ir log cabin home. Santa then
distributed gifts to all the children
and man) grown-ups connected with
the school. The entertainment, was
voted a huge Buccess, Mise Effli
Warrick ami Mrs. Burkett otticta'ed al
the piano
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The
Aftermath
We have a few novelties left from the Xma     rade which we put
on the market at HALF PRICE, and some even better thar that.
We are reducing our entire stock and offer you prices  that will
make it worth your while to buy ior,
Tweo-piece bedroom suite for $14.00
Regular $17.00 and other lines at grea   reductions.
Kitchen Chairs 55c each up.   EHders 70c each, regular ion.   Other
90c. $l.no and $1.25; regular price. $1.10, $1.25 and $1.60.
Blankets. Comforts and Bedsteads���A great line at small ptfctt.
! John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
J       TEL.   73 COLUMBIA    STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,  3.  C
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TURKEYS, GEESE and
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FOR ONE DOLLAR A MONTH
WE WILL PAY YOU A WEEKLY
INDEMNITY FOR ILLNESS ��OF
ANY KIND AND ALL ACCIDENTS. AND BESIDES WILL
PAY $1,000 TO YOUR BENEFICIARY IN CASE OF ACCIDENTAL
DEATH AND $2,000 IN CASE OF
ACCIDENTAL DEATH ON ANY
PUBLIC CONVEYANCE.
ENQUIRE   ABOUT     THIS    NOW.
is over   no dou  I in       ���  ������
ful    So are we to   you   for j
liberal patronage durin i the   j ear
and    partlculai Ij    during the ; as
few weeks.     Our trade his been
mosi  gratit)lng  for the   year  1907,
\\V   take   this  opportunity   to    i \
press  our  gratitude   for  your   kind
oo-operatlon during the past attd
hope   to  be     mat mil     friends    for
years to come,    W lahlttg J on a ha
pv New Year,
A. W. iricLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
ii THE NEW DRUG STORE
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Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store
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Has just received a consignment
of goods suitable for New
Year's Gifts        : : :
F. J. MacKenzie
Druggist
Phone 66.
P. O. Box 217
F. W. Heath, Ute of Ottawa, in charge
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ot the Optical  Department.
Dominion Trust Block.
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Dowri��ta:-�� and Up In Business.
"Downstair! .Vr oysters? Not now
That iini '> gone by- P*oi '���' donl Uki
to go i! wnstatra for anything. They
don't ininil going upstairs, bat objieci
to tie' basements." So spoke an old |
timer. "Yet it Is c.e-i;. within the
iii. .a. i.-. if a middle aged man when
, ��� r cellars were numerous. Then
nre only a few left. The same v,a\
with barber simps. Forty, or even
thirty, oars ago most of them were in .
1i;,m o ts. Even saloons were often
down- ..:-. despite the obvious ditli-
culty ������!' throwing an obstreperous ens-
tomer out Nowadays It's upstairs foi
everj'tbi .g.   Philadelphia Itccord.
, -J McQUARRIE   **   q$
DreSSmg    GoWnS  _ Real Estate Brokers Insurance-Agents    Financial Ag^'^
and
FRONT  ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.     Phone 333 PRONT ST
Champion Button Sower.
Tbe Philadelphia Record declare*
that Charles C. Reber, an employee hi
a shirt factory nt Btrausstown, Berks
county, Pa., is an expert at sewing od
buttons. He sewed on 4,200 buttons-
oue day recently in live and one-half
hours, which means (!00 shirts, seven
buttons to a shirt, or about fourteen
buttons in a minute. At another time.
not being aware of the tact that he
was being timed, he sewed on seven
buttons In tweuty-flve seconds. Mr.
Relier claims he can fasten, on a
waper, twenty-one buttons in a min
ute, seven buttons to a shirt.
House Jackets
160 acrea, less '������'_ for new railway,      Pul] .���;,,     ...   .  .
Township t. Sec. ll; ill bottom land, of 12 pp..
undi r grass, sui tal 1   foi dair)  farm; ..��n ie
10 acn    under draim I,    ditched  a.i 5,-100;  1.
round and fenced around am! through
. nl!��� :    5 room bouse;    bam 4��� ��� x7".
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13th   trei
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$1200 ��,k       'aVtl��J
sufficient feed for about  300 hea I of
Price $3000;  termi   one-third      ;: HOUSE! .,, -.
cash, bal. t ' b lit purchasi r,   One mile , Sapperton;
from station on new car line.
"Alien" Versus Cast Iron.
A new metal which has attracted con- J
sldornble   attention   In   Germany   and
Which nives promise of becoming of nc |
little importance to many branches of 1
Industry   bas   received   tbe   name   "alzen." the name being a compounding
of the tirst  letters of aluminium   and
zinc,  of  which  It  Is  composed.     It   It
claimed   that  lt  equals   cast   iron   tn
strength, but that It is much more eias
tic, and that It has a great superiority
over Iron ln that lt does not rust easily
and. takes a verv hich uiiUsb
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Pineapples, 3 tins for 25c
Selected    Eastern   Eggs,
20c per do::.
While Star Baking Powder, !5c per tin,
t C- B.  Marmalade,   2 Ib.
tins 25c.
Salmon. 5c per tin.
Blue Ribbon Tea, 35c lb.
Jelly Powders, 3 packages
for 25c
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   . $ 6.00
Reduced fo 4.80
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   - 11.00
Reduced to 8.80
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   ��� 12.50
Reduced lo 10.00
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   - 15.00
Reduced lo 12.00
House Coals, regular price      -      ��� 4.00
Reduced lo 2.00
- 7.00
Reduced lo 5.60
- 9.00
Reduced to 7.00
shed and 4 r
shed,   itooo eaLh, . . .       "
Mrs. | ���������_,  "Hrd cash t
Lol  23,  block    B,    between    ~.-.,ance 0MJ,
Hoffard.- and Thomson houae, Carnarvon street; full size |1600. 77"',s ACRES, black It
' Ploughed an i -   ..'",""
Ifiu  ACRES  about   two   miles  from   a   u  v...,-,   r     .-,- d)Kl!
Aldergrove station,  30  acres cleared icag    ,.,.,
anJ partly fenced,  good  house,  barn   mouths,
and stable.    Price $16 per acre; 11760
cash, balance to be arranged.
lfc ACRKS, Dlock 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Ijot 8; south filde of the river, nesr
bridge.    $300;   half   rash.
2 LOTS, 183X183, N-W. corner of
10th Street    and    St. Andrews.    Price
oa�� int.,,
id dikej
��75 P�� ��er��, m
' mmh*. "n--thinl
" LOTS. 120x52, facing ith
4 lots cleared, small hou-,' J
house, 175 chickens; fencei'toS
price $1600, 111  EMU, ^
b,  ACRKS good  loam soil. Gk
Lot  l8��  ''"'"���-'   Blue Momma
and  Brum t'i   i ;, |
roomed   housi
2 lots on Sth St. between    Mh and   kitchen ;,,,ri threi   bedroon
6th Ave. on east side;  full .-Ized. 66x   ed;  conserv iti i 0, /
182; Nos. f am 12.     Price Hoco for  beate,] by ;   ���
15   bearing fru
stock ready I
House Costs, regular price
Now is the time
to select a New
Year's gift at
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llfli St. and Royal Ive., ti\m\ an acre.
$2,500
.
60      res, 2 miles   from city.
* !0 per ..    .
f-WO   lota   ' n    18th   street,   be-
��� e ,, 7th and v'!: avenui..
i ��� -      rnei  or    Merriva]    and
Vgnes;  iii! si/,-1 ;nt:    city bloi
lot  11;    one bou ie fir    I -  $25, thi
other $10;   '.'. oh  i tnd all con-
te I    with    Bewers      Pr 11   $'5,5C0.
In 'e. ]_ un i 18
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KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
'Phone 276      255 Front St.
Orders carefully made up
and delivered   expeditiously.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
Ieen made to register -Margaret Double as the owner in Fee Simple, tinder
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
to Margaret Dobbie, bearing date the
1st day of December, A. D. 1902, of
all and singular taut tertaln parcel or
tracl of land ami pr tmses situate, lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province ol British Colum: ia,more particularly known
and described us Lots l^- to 25, lnclu-
i Ive, Block ;. being parts of soutii-
'��� ���   : of Section 2, Township  16.
You and each of you are r. quit<-il
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser -within forty-five days from the
date of the flrst publication of this
notice upon yon. otherwise I shall
register Margarel Dohbie as owner
thereof in fee. A in! I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for on i
month in a dally newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
ami sufficient servic.  thereor.
Dated at the Land Registry offlr.v
Ni -,v Westminster, Province of Hri'-
isli Columbia, this 29th day of August,
A. D. 1907.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar. :
To Den.lamin Douglas, Esq,
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of New Westminster and dl8t"ifit     j
On Sale at ���
Morey*s    BooWstca    and
e{   Gamon s   Ci^ar   D'vsn
t.f Adrertise the town  we l!v<  hi   IJ
mailing Picture Post Ccrdo to :��� i'f
Irlends.
I
PHILLIP'S I
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
'" cas,h,
Lots 2, 3, 4. fi, '.'. 1". 12, 13, 14, lb
HI, 17, 18, 19, 20, 28, 66, 71, ~,2, bb 14
ami 77 of subdivision ::, in suburban
block i-i, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
ti room house on Hamilton street,
all modern improvements- One lot
from car line; lot otixlo'l'. Price $1-400,
|GnO cash, balance iu monthly payments.
S room house, ail modern improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street.
Sapperton. Price $2700. tumo caoh,
balance on time
3>.j acres land next to Itoya] Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
stump un it, now in grass, 28 bearing fruit trees, all l.inds, sufficient $1050; balf cash.
lumber to build Rood large barn, 5-
room house aie! barn and targe Ch c
cn lions,, for about 260 chickens;
good well; naar to .-ripioj and tram;
all fenced- Price $3500-. Terms J1B0U
cash. $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or ?J4t>0 cash.
1   Lot  66xM2 ft , S. '-j of 8, lane at
back. 3rd ami Queen's avenue.    Prl
$1250; half cash, bal. tl months.
Block e orner of Fourth avenue ;-.������������ I
Thirteenth street  SSxl32 oni
5] Ii i. :i.i  Invest n
Lol 20, block I; facing Eni
church, next lot to let idge, Ca ia
Btri ���������;   pi li e J,: 0,
160 acn a less righl ul waj about S
acres for railway; 25 acres step
15 aci ��� - ������ ��� ly cleared and fenced;
1 l-i! storj hop.-,- ! 3x28, lean too I .- ���
and le.-.m too 16x22; barn .';>pv.:_,' an.l
lean too 32x11; granary lOx hi; two
chicken h rnses, each 10x12; waj - a
shed ^e,x;p,:   small  milk bouse,
orchard, till kinds ol fruit, 65 bearing Cash $2, ,   I Janci
fruit trees;  natural spring well. P    e, months at 7 %.
$6 :  $2  cash, balance easily ar-      i.,,t;;  14  am]   if, 0f  1 ,,f p,    ,.f
ranged 'it 7 pet cent. I fcleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2   14 ..tor.-, bou .���. i
Full  sized  lot  on Third street,  be- ! cash   balance G months at 7 per cenl   "!h''r 3 caa  be add -  -id
���<���'"����� Ho**1 and Quee��� ���' "''-!      Lot 14 on Sherbrook streel or 11 , r SjhVwfr, ���.-''   '       -          3
sue. new house; $1400.                       3, cleared.   Price $276; 1-3 cash, bal. One mile fron                         i
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each,  ance, 6 months at 7 per cent. months a'tT''
       Six lots, 50x160, outside city limits Weater]y 4< ,, ���. ,    .          |
$60   each   lot.     Fuller   particulars   eet) 132x182  corner  10    feel ���.  ���'���
enquiry, hoxuet drawing $28 :������ monti
$5,000, half cash,   ilanci Id 6 wit
HOUSE and LOT months.
Centrally located in a commmandlng __ r.
1C0 S.K. '�� of Se tl :.
10 acres,partly clewed; Kaaal
A.
12
���al
late
jfu
It''
6 acrea t li an I .
mainlng a< ������
from school.    Price $30C;
bal, rfi 6 n
i Uit s8xi;
$800  cash.
- iJ
:; lots.   5, 6 j
cleared, uppei     le 1
tween 1st and . j
each.
���1 LOTS   2 lots I
6th   Vvenue
7 & 38, ful :-'.���:���]
four, or $300 each;
Dou bb
I - an 1 rn i .-" j ���
.
!:��� nts for $10 1 mt
10 acres '. . ��� ��� N   . ��� : ���
ot Tn. 2, abo il
ll.iw01 th road, S
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. A^'D PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot   of
Fifth street.   Two and one half-Store}   running through; good rosd    MSj
house.    Ten rooms I recently jiaperceli   north   of   Webster's corner;       oj
cold   water,   bath,   flush   closet,  lav;
mill and P O. at tbe wesl ��� n
ber worth $7 per acre; ceiar t*i
4  nriles    from    Port    Haney.
The Wardrobe Clothier
I
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.     Regerve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E.   WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD.  General  Manager.
House aDd cottage on Columbia St.,
j house rents for $25, cottage for $12.;
. $5,000, easy terms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
: cleared, under cultivation;  200 young!    *"0 acreg on the Scot? road, 16 acre"
fruit trees, just comenclng   to   bear;   cleare<JI  barn B0 x 30;  stables, etc.;
new house, li/_ storey, 5 rooms;    hen . spletuild soil- only $30 per acre, $1,000
| houses,   In   good   order;     some  acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes, j
lory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   tot   $2,100;  term-, $1,1 mb, sr1-:-���'* u_
66x132, with lane in rear;  part of lot   ranged.
set out with fruit trees.    Price $2,750.       Ijirge lot and  two cottages en C*J
$1,600 cash, balance arranged. lumbia street, Sapperton.  Bc-ti -m:��I|
at $10 each.
e.'.J
One and one-half ston ���
full   size lot,  situated north *
ea8h' b8,ance '':,sy Royal avenue and corner 11 " <��� ��� j
Part of lot lit'.!', joins r.tike Commur,   slreet;  9 rooms;  bath room, I     :-:
7 lots Nos. M to S6 and !'!"., 96 faces :
ffoodahi       m
streets on threeB
sides,   One view.    Price V.W ��!'l
bearlg   fruit trees;
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at, the following rates:
$5 and under	
Over $5 and nol exceed ing iin	
Over $10 and not exceeding $30	
Over $30 and not exc ling $50	
Tiie.se  orders  are  I'AYAHLB  AT  PAR at  any office
3 cents
6 cents
10 cents
15  cenIs
in  Canada  of a   |
Water* from nearby spring      Balance , ahout   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre , cold  water, closet
I of    property   easily    cleared.     Price   Half cash,    .lump.
; $ 4 , 7 0 0 ;      $2500 cash, balance G
and 12 months. j on 8,h nVen-,e," next"t'o"Gunns"ranch" | cm1l
This property Is only \_ mile from . I lots cleared without a stump; small '    Lot facing 2nd St., betweel   -
tra_m  line.    Over two hundred  chick-   house,   chicken     house,     17;,    choice j and 3rd Ave., second lot from Qart"!
enB and ducks could be sold with the   chickens; horse and  rig;   $1500 cash    Ave.;     62x122 feet;  all cleared   IJJ
1 property at a snap.
excepted), and .it the principal banking points tn
Chartered   Hank   (Yukon
the United Stales.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
Till-; CANADIAN  HANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENQ,
They form an excellent  method of remitting  Bmall sums of money with
safety and  at  small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
1    1-2
less,
ner of
Royal
acres, more or
in block, cor-
11th Street and
avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Dainty Collars, Belts,
Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Etc.
Suitable for New Year'
at
Gifts
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   - 275 Columbia Street
ADVERTISE  IN  IHE   NEWS
Subdivision of lot. in, block <;. com-1
prising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. Tins magnificent property is
situated on the coraera of Faurth avenue, First, street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, com prising
In all ten 33x120 fool lots facing on
First streel at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 L-2xl20, al $600
per lot; four lots, W2 1-2x85, $450;
five l-nts, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and Inspect plans,
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; renin for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres In sec. 82, Timber, flr, cedar and alder. <;oo*i soil; good roads.
Apply for full  particulars.
Lots IT. is, J9, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Mh avenue; 2 corner lotB
$2.50; 4 inside Jots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single lota et cash.
Lots  lit,  IT an.l  2<> of 11   of .'!.  Price |
'$500 ror  three or $lT.r, each;   1-2 cash
i .ii.nice 8 months al T per cent.
Full sized lol on Koyal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all clear
ed. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage nn  Vancouver road, cornet
^ of Qilley road,   $225 per acre.   Acre
[age Is selling fast at thi I price.
No. 308, 8 roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes Sl. $2,500; y_
cash, balance :; and 6 mos. at 7 <;.
No. 306.- 9-roomed house, with  bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,00C; terms l_ cash, balanc,.
���1 and fi months at 7 %,
No.   310.���9-roomed    House   and    bath
room, Agnes  St.   $3,000;   y_   cash,
balance S nnd fi months at 7 ','
No.  812.���8-roomed   House  and   ballroom,  Agnes  St.      Price $2,500;   %
cash, balance ,'! and fi mos. at 7 %,
160 acres,  Westminster district,  40
totes   umler  cultivation,   10  acres or
chard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring;  bouse IS x 22;  frame barn 80
X  82;    14-posl   frame  In,use   and   CO*
stables, three i,, all, stable s cows and
2 span horses;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    al     hand;
steamer lands twice a day;  about 100
acres limber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;  $2,000   refused   for   Blending
timber;  carriage house 16 x 24;   hen'
alongside and   back      Price   ��'M;|
half cash, balance eas]   ll :
160 acres Improv* :      I '
and sheds complete, Dear Cl -'   ''
all  under cultivation, $15,006.   I
can  handle  this, don'l   '��� -     "l
bargain; terms can be arrangi'
OTFor the above tour properUi ��
uppclal price will be made 1 :' '
chaser.
House 80x42, 4th   St., betweel
_a_  r.th  Ave ;    2 slug''' ��nd ]  l0"
bedrooms    upstairs,    and  '
down stairs; parlor, dining roon
chen and pantry.    Full   i'-l ;-' *: |
ning   back   to  Ash  Bt.    I-      S "'
$1,500 COS*, balance   il f      ''
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sizeel lots on flftlj��'  (,
north side between First and
streets, No. .r>, �� a'"1 "���  Frk
each or $1100 for Uie three.
i    I   iffl'
Full sized lot, north    ��        .���
llton street between Sixth and
streets; $22fi.
li?.
eiirt
JilHI
I, B
FEW
.nilnnrt
28  acres on    Mara
$160 an acre   FOR    *
only.   One-quarter cast
and 2 years at T ';
13th. street
Price ��20��
DAYS
1  Jot  No. 24 on
side of 4th avenue.
tcbO
..11
Plod;  12 on 12th BUjg^
house made of hewed timber laid in ["JLsWfJ Lnt?'a Jr,i"i8    o'-
mortar. 12 x .in. a chance of n life,
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent.
cash, bal. 6. 12 ?nd 18 m0- )f
.1 lets on Fifth Stre't, IJ J ������ 'mil
Suh. 16, S. Blk. 18.     MMI
cafb, balance 6 months ai BjR��
aY, NOV. 28. 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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lorthern 'i|
i pacific     "
Tli ree
.ansconUnental
Trains i)ai!v
WIFEY'S   SUCCESS.
��� I e Famo is
IAST LIMITED"
rain.    Low Rate i.
f l.xcellent Sen ice,
York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
^tfjj ALL POINTS EAST
kets   on   ^ale    to   aii
i ed    Rates    Round    Tri,
bouthe'n   Caliiornu
ation call on or write
Rat^s
I
Ip E LANG, General Agent,
THsstinga St., Vancouver, B. C.
a   11   CHARLTON,
Portlan'I. Ore
[ANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Ithe Canadian pacific ry
INEST  AND   FASTEST=
EMPRESSES!
j
BBS OF  BRITAIN | I4,50u
mei'lb".,        - nl-' IRELAND 1      TOM
������ '   [TONS    IN    PARE3
: OLD COUNTRY.
���  to ; urchase you
[ i    :���   going to  ipend
. e.
pp.ip nf Kmpresa from SI
ool, Ii <���   27
��� I   ; articulare,
ED   UOULET,
BLL & GAUVREAU
Civil and .M   I   ���
i'   LanI Su
��� - men
Dress Suits
There is not one tailor in a hundred who can make a
dress suit for $40. equal in material and workmanship to a
Fashion-Craft Dress Suit at $30.
Or:-
Who can make a dress suit for $45. equal to a Fashion-
Craft at $.35.
Or-
Who can make a dress suit for $50. equal to a Fashion-
Craft at $40.
And:-
There is not one tailor in a thousand who can equal the
style of a Fashion-Craft Dress Suit at any price.
We make and emphasize this claim because
the conventional Dress Suit is so well defined that comparison is easy and we invite
you to make the comparison.
It is a business matter���in this as in other business matters use business judgement. We are on trial���you are
the judge���
H. L. DeBECK, Agent
New Westminster
New Westrrir.ster,  B
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* VV. IN. Etr&per The Best of Everything Tra���gf������V
b. c. Land Good to Eat
Surveyor
At KENNY'S Cafe Light and Heavy Haifa
K*-j^fiiRj��Y!��o��saw.-.r-f�� i
t_w
Ia library of 125 volumes
will be given away!
THIS ELEGANT I.lHHAItV INCLUDING '.. "��� ��� iLflKS AND
HANDSOME CASK WILL BE GIVEN BY VoTIi !'<> '.; LODGE
B0C1 ry, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THE LARGEST NUMBER UK VOTES LN THE FOLLOWING   MANNER:
���   merchant! Hated below will give  wiih  each 10c  cash  pur-
���   vote.
contest  began  Aug. 83rd, 1907,   ami will close   Jan. 183rd,
l!""-  2 7 p. w.
A    illoi box U placed .11 D   S. Curtis  &  Go's drug  m re   when
' '���       '   i.i lit- deposited.
close <>f the contesi  th ��� Lodge, Sm lety, Cnu    i or !    i
e  eived   t'i''   largesl nun       ��� >���    ���"' awa  :' '
ai 1 ounl     when ���    :'   ' ' ':     ;
���     votea can be s
���     ... .     :'    SV.    1       '
. w 11 1 ounl the ���>. >l
ttca 'Phone 18n.       nam 'f&une 157
Columbia St.
3aggage delivered    promptly to an;
part of the city.
Cllftrd   Block.    N��w  We��trr.:"��l,-r.   _.C
Of\'i;>!���Tram   Desot
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PURE
15 THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED   BY  THE
Easterbrook  Milling Co.
OF EBURNE
She Knew Ju:t Ho'.v to Jo   y   Her Hubby Alai-.-j.
"My dear,'' Bald the bou iwife as
she Qlled ber i.e.sl and's cup .1 second
time from tbe coffeM machine and
passed it to film, "you can'l possibly
wear that old si.it again this spring."
"Why?" aski'd the man. "What's the
matter with it'/"
"Vou ought tn have a now one."
"Shucks:" sniil the man. "All it
needs ls a little pressing and it will
look well enough. It's a long way
from Ix'inf; worn out"
"Now, isn't that Just like y.iul .lust
because lt Isn't ln rags you think you
have to keep on wearing lt. Jim, I
waut you to go to your tailor tomorrow ami pick out a nice piece of goods
and have a suit made of It. It really
Is a shame the way you go about."
"Nobody's mistaken me for a tramp
so far. Strangers seem to be decently
civil to me."
"Oh, you know I don't mean that. I
know you look well. You'd look well
in overalls and you would command
respect, as far as that goes. Nobody
would ever mistake you for a tramp,
even If you did dress like one."
"Vou won't ever lose anything bj
that," said the man.
"I'm in-: joking. I want you to order that suit. An.l don't go to any
cheap tailor, either. Go to a good one.
even If you do have to pay a little
more. It's worth it. And get a gray.
1 love to see you in gray. I think it
becomes you more than anything else.
Won't you go tomorrow and Bee about
it?"
"Why, no. my dear." said the man,
"I think I can get along very well with
the suit r've p'ot."
"Yes, ymi e-an get along with it."
"Well. then, what makes you w.'inl
ni" to get a new one?"
"You'd look so much better In a new
one. Mr. Benton was wearing a dct��
suit the other day, I noticed, and I
Just thought when I iooked at hlm
what on improvement it made in bis
appearance. He was looking simply
awful before. Of course, dress means
more to him thau It does to you with
his figure and poor carriage, and theu,
you know, he has to try to impress people.  Still"-
"I don't believe I need a new suit,
Myrtle."
"But you do need it. I waut my husband to look his best always���his very
best, and clothes really do help. That's
why I always love to see you In evening dress. You look so distinguished
You look distinguished anyway, dearest, but clothes really do !. lip."
The man rubbed his chin. "Of course
they do," he admitted.
"Certainly they do. Now, don't be
obstinate, dear. I know perfectly well
what you are thinking of. You thiuk I
need new spring clothes and a new hat,
and you're willing to sacrifice yourself
Just to make your ugly wife beautiful.
I don't want you to think of me at all.
I want yen t.i get yourself tho things
you need so badly and uot always be
denying yourself on my account."
"Ho you need spring clothes? I
thought"���
"Jim, I tell you I don't want you to
think of me. Why, of course 1 need
clothes. I haven't a thing fit to wear.
But never mind that. I'll get along
somehow. I'm going to have my poor,
abused husband have his clothes this
time.  I'll wait till business improves."
"Well," said the man, "maybe the
business might stand It lf you don't
strike me too hard. I don't know but
I will get a new suit myself. How
much will fix you out?"
"You dear!" exclaimed the lady.
"Well, lf you Insist on it. I'll tell you.
Bul I want you to have your suit."���
Chicago News.
Couldn't Help Himself.
A lady should neve:' forget to say
1
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W,    E.   FALES
Furniture
HOItMCE   DO RE I-i
Jeweler
N BACH   &   CO.~
���I   Salted   Meats
i    M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
I* ARCHIBALD  BROS,
Plumbers
|��        THE ROYAL  8TUDI0
4    '""!"-  new management 1
A Ll0n''l   HawelS,     Photographer
\\     E' RUSHTON & A. SPECK
jt Pcrt'ng Goods, Gen.  Repairing
!,   s.  CURTIS  &  CO. ���   S|
Druflt A        i
A.   J.   BIRTCH . :
Dry   Goods i. >
 ���      "          ' ?~A
when she wants to obtain the very best Flour
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get it if
you order Imperial,  made from the finest selected
. sal grown in the great Northwest.
We have Unexcelled  Pastry Flour
West   End  Grocery
THE   CMii-Y   NEWS  PUB.  CO.
Dally  >'od  Weekly   News
MOREY   &  CO.
Cooks and Stationery
~ O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections.     Ice   Cream
Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers,
Ask for  fermlnali  and  see that you gel it.
Fee J  01   all    Kinds.      Hay
"Hisson is going to marq the widow
Weed*."
"Indeed! 1 always thought lie hart
an ore on hor daughter."
"So he had. hut the mother !i:ni an
fyc on him."   Mail and Express
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES   4
s    h.  Thompson, Prop. #
��������������������������������������������������������������������� *4*****++*++*****^_
The Easterbrooke Milling Co.
McQUARRIE   &   CO.  Local Agents.
A  Remnrkable  Letter.
A young liidy of very extraordinary
capacity lately addressed tlie following
letter to her cousin:
"We ia all well, and Mother's got his
Terrix, brother Tom Is got the .lupin
Kiiugh, and Bister Ann has got n ha bee,
and 1 hope these few lines will And yon
the same. Rite sune. Your aphectlon-
ate Kuzsen."- Judge's Library.
tit
THE
ADVERTISE!     '*��
- IN ���
��AILY      NEWS
lf You  WANT   IIM.P.
t,       ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
���   .   1   1    v       NEWS
THE      DAILY
u YOU NWei Anything.
112 Front Street.
Animals That Roam.
"Now. Johnnie," asked his teacher,
"when you go to the .country in wam-
nier what animals do 70a *** rortac
Hlo'lt?"
"Boarder*,1* was the-prompt reply<-
Judge, PAGE  K1UIJ1
THE   DAILY   tfEW
S��i
Saturday.
T--
SttC^kM
NOV.
FOR
NEW YEARS
GIFTS
TRY
MOREY'S
*"���
tm amsmmmf
Plenty pretty thing.-  *ipll in etock I
at
WINDSOR SALT is made in
Canada. Coili no more than tlie
cheap imported salt���-and io inuc.i
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
roR KITCHEN ECONOMY
\C00D PAKIflC
jrecnicn
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
__^___���_��������� i
Job Printing
Latest type faces,   new   machinery,
raw stationary.    Send  us  your  next 1
order.    Satisfaction  guaranteed.
Mail orders solicited.
The Arrow Press
Mrs. Dominy, Prop.
Windsor  Hotel   Block
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
CRIME WAVE ON THE
INCREASE IN NEW YORK
TREA5URE
J' MtlfMCl
PHONE B 284
Choice  Meats and Chickens always
on hand.
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
ol heavy sales previous
to Xmas, we still have
quantities of Fresh Groceries for (be Holiday
season.
Judges Cannot Keep Pacr
with Alarming Amount
of Business.
CAWflSH
Ilie People's Grocer
JmU
K-
Evening
Wear
Fab
nd
New York, Dec. 21.���Although six
criminal courts are in operation in
New York they cannot keep pace with
the crime wave which has swept over
the city during thu last year. The
criminal calendar today carries 1,271
cases, while a yi ar ago there were on
tbe calendar iiut 543 cases. There
are 323 prisoners ln the Tombs, 2:iS
awaiting trial and So awaiting the action of the grand jury. A yeS?~ago
there were but 191 prisoners. 62
awaiting the action of the grand jirrvT
Today's figures break all records in
New York. The grand jury air atiy
has reported crowded conditions In tlie
Tombs, and the warden says that un-l
less people stop committing crime it
will be necessary to build an addition
to the city's picturesque prison. Dis-,
trict Attorney William Travers Jerome says that the Increase Is due to
the natural Increase in population in
N'ew  York  City.
There bas been consideral 1 ��� sickness among, the criminal judges
which may account In some measure
for  the  slowness  in  trying  criminal j
bflmm
THEIIAKER)
We consider this
the best   value
of any
RANGE
in the  market.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia    St..     New   Westminster.   B    C.
Importanl social events are on the 11 I
and already customers are enquiring for the neci . T01"^
evening wear.   It takes time to have goods madi
make your selections with care.    We ari
F&brlCB.     Ask  to'sOO  them.
Silk Eolines,  II Inches wide in  shades Of Pale Blue  Pe
... I
Nile. Navy, Brown, Alice Bluo, Champagne,   Cream
rd   $1.00 and $1.15.
Wool  Voiles in shades of Grey. Blue. Champagne and Crea
Gity
ir.i. 75c and 90c
Wool Veilings in Pale Blue, Grey
per yard, 50c and 60c.
Colored   Organdies,  Colored Cotton
"
Pink,   Nile,  Green and Cr.,m,
Voiles,
��� meni,
Merceru��d   Mulls I
Flowered Voilles, Cotton  Eolines, White Persian Lawns. Indo Li
ranging in  price  from.  p��T yard, 20c to 50c.
New Trimming Laces for evening dress trln i
as Oriental  Fine Valenciennes,  Silk and   Linen.    .       ..,]   I0c to 7^ I
All Over Dress Nets tor blouses  or   dn
black, per yard, 35c to $2.25.
Colored Silk Gloves to match dress materia i'tct'sol
Long   White   Kid  Gloves,  per  pair, $1.75 to $3.75.
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
ilXOTKirl^^&TW7**::;1
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w^m
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���   .
oases.
CUTLERY
A splendid sefection of newly
imported goods from the
Celebrated Sheffield Makers
BRYSON & SONS
Sole Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.       -
Well   Merited   Applause.
Tie- "Republican   Herald,"   Winona,
Minn, has this   to say aboul  th ��� attraction which comes  to  the    Opera
House on New Year'-; night:���A most
hearty  introduction   was   git   n     Williams' Original  Dixie Jubilee Sin ���
by the people of Winona lasl ��� venlng.
(if this initial concerl It is no extra
ganl   use o    tei...    to  -...   tha    -
company of ai tists receive round   il
ter round of enthusiastic    and    w
merited  applause fri tn the ��� ���    nn
to Uie en l of the pro^ani.
Tel. 65
Pickard   China
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i    -^.   - -    ��� . :
V ��� *
J Call and examine our stock of the Pickard China.      We   are   Sole J
��� Agents for  the   Pickard   Hand Painted CHINA In New Westminster.  ���
��� Every piece guaranteed    hand-painted.      Also   a   line   of   the   lest ���
+ Limoges China. ���
��� I
*
ie Jeweler    ���
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Chronic.
"Opposition, opposition; nothing bin
opposition!"
"What's the matter, dear?"
"My parents objected when I wante i
tn marry him, ami now he kicks because I want a divorce."���Louisville
Courier-Journal.
McConkey's
Chocolates
Arc the Best
A fresh and large assortment,  just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83-
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ALL HOLIDAY GOODSl
Until the end of the year.
IT   PAYS   US  TO   LOSE   in order to clear them out as .-.     -: |
the   room.
IT  PAYS YOU TO SAVE  on  sny  article you did net have tin I
opportunity   of   getting   before Xmas.
A   SECRET���the  best things in the store did not
ard see us.
J. J. MACKAY y CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
�����������������������������*�����������������������*���<>*���< *�����������������������������������������������������*���*���
| W. C. CHAMBERLIN, lhi
X Agent Hamilton Watches
Nature anc* Man.
Huxley was once talking to Sir William Gull about the healing power of
nature. "Stuff!" said Gull. "Nine
times out of ten nature does not want
to cure the man. She wants to put
hlm in his coffin."���London Telegraph.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
New  Bakery Cook's
H.CMARK &SONS
BAKERS  and CONFECTIONERS
Hit Explanation.
"Henry," whispered Mrs Smithers.
straightening up In bed. "what's that
noise In the library?"
"Must be history repeating Itself,"
muttered   Henry   drowsily.     "Go   to
sleep!"
FACTORY���Cor.   Fourth   avenue and
Second  street.
STORE���Sixth street, next Columbian
and near the Post Offlce.
I
Have you tried our bread, currant
buns, Christmas cake,    Scotch    short
bread; they are choice.
Phone B359 wlll bring our delivery
rigs promptly.
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Not at All Easy.
"Oh, It's easy! Easy as taking candy
from a lia by."
"Easy, eh? Ever try to take candy
from a baby?"���Pittsburg Post.
nte that ls proud eats up himself.���
Shakes pea re.
CHRISTMAS AND  NEW YEAR'S
HOLIDAYS
Tickets will be on Sale December
21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, and December
28, 29, 30, .'M.anrl January 1. Good to
return up to and including January .'!.
at one fare and nne third for the
round trip.   For other particulars,
KD. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or tu I-:. J, COYLE,
Asst, Genl. Pass, ..\gt., Vancouver.
Get Established
a home now that  will net  a   profll  eif $.",      ���'
just such a proposition.   New House on Fifth avenui
ei'n.    Two  lots each  60x1 l.i!  feet.    You can so     di
1650    All we ask Is $2700 for this property.   Qood tern    '������
Into It.
Buy
I
DOMINION TRUST
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and��� -INSURANT
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY MOWS.
COAL! COAU
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
2 1-2 ACRES
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home.   Also manicuring, i
For engagement ring up A 339.
THE
ADVERTISE      tm
��� IN ���
DAILY       NEWS
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8  AM.    TO   11  P.M As Usual
\M11j
tl f"
tarn
Two and one-half acres of orchard and garden land
all cleared and planted in fruit. There is also a 5 room
house and a stable.   This is located
IN WESTMINSTER,
i
handy to the present Vancouver tram line and quite close
, to the proposed new cut off line, splendid view, and the
| location will steadily improve from now on.
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  34S """"���
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  - H ���*
>���������������������������
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I
Price $3,500; terms, 1-3 cash
E5rABllSHtO
F. J. Hart & Co.
tmammamm**- ��f��������#����#�����������#���#�����#4
New Westminster.
LIMITED.
Chiiliwack.
Vancouver.
HERE IS YOUgl
CHANC E
... hv buyWa   i i
Hen; is your chance to start the new year rig���. "' jj5 pff ,
roomed cottage on Third street for $900, I860 cash, ba ���
montfc. ti'lHHK^^''  '::'"'**""
Real
Estate
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.    r%|
NO IIIHHH^

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