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fhite, Shiles & Co
FIRE INSURANCE
jEW vVESTMINSTER, B. C
VOU'MIC  2,   NUMBER       303
legislative A^J^X
^tor'.a^J^J?
���_ .-Aft-~ s-uy-jti ����sstei"di--j*.**
Ide   slutw    that	
iers at t_e session last night was
[fairly clear one and took    but    a
Tort H����� U�� clean off.
Ib�� exemption from taxation for the
faced    the    city
Montreal, Dee. 30.���At a especial
meeting of the Canadian Paciflc railway this afternoon the directors authorized the Issue of new stock to the
Crnr^!n';ih;tKHlyOfTh06-i    ���^tothe^t   mai,   .d.
mines uruce, |n HIsh����tP c^mmc,���    vJp��= f^.^.  _,..-.._.,    . '    aQ
wuccumuB   Alter  Exc te-     Hav* Rn* p^  u
ment Attending Blaze. ����*? **Ho- L*��
-���    "...    aiucn   IO   tflep ~-    ^""5    IUUI L
rr'i:^'32"*'��- * Wng >��* to. (lay ^ ils
Caries Druce, ��� HWwe ^Jw^^tX^LtLS     ff?1^ ���� ��^*ft�� ����M      Atla t    r	
was  exhume, this morning, just   43 ! ��ver there was ^ �� r^  *J*J i ���* ��* *'* ^P-tment in its effort' JST__\ ** 3��-W'* ** ad-
- i up the **__] h'T ' ~ ** " "rtnG I ' ""* * * 'Uy aft*r lls burial    Tne j *rave ���**    The men oT thl New :!   1* *" ��Utbreak �� *��� -*  ������ ie _T /?' ^ Uw  pi*
ir WM to manufacturers employing   SL^SSSl^S.0; "" ^ ! "*"  ^ ^ * ��*- the    rl  gj J** -re out. ati tth^he | Z^^^f? S ^  ^^ JS^Si'S JS -
), twenty-five    ^n    amounts    ^   wjn  bfc            �����   The new stock   mains of a'unman ^    thug i ���r*ern aDd ����������n. districts werelf���, ��!-/?. Howe' droPPed *��" Ussiem at '__*__ l,P""*by *** lasf
IA -coMing to a report present-1 needed.              ' 0m UnM! l�� Un��> " i '����� ����e romantc ules ��^5 SS ''        .'  *   ^   im,"iCated   if  a  ��"*���
.�� th., dtv council    i..t    ���i���      At a .utlla��� ���, _  i C-  Caldwell   and  others   who    _i ment was not reached.
11.15, according to a report present
I io the dty council last evening.
Ip item was passed without discus-
Id. not a single word of protest and
s despite the agitation against the
fcuow  peril," and
. ... �����*ooi oros. mis Intoxicating liquors passed by the last
morning George Howe, dropped dead session of the legislature, becomes ef-
from heart failure on the return   of feetiv*   m_.n-~ ~
the    fact    that
\ai oi tiie firms are known to em-
yellow labor,
t'ndei  tht. heading of   com
lha Sisters of tiie  Pro
from heart failure on the return   of
the department to the fire hall.    He
was 45 years of age and    leaves    a
wife and five children.
The fire broke out at 5 o'clock this
  .ve<a>aiure, oecomes effective, making Georgia the first of
tbe southern states to be placed in
the prohibition column. The law is
very drastic in Its prohibition, and
prevent* the keeping or giving away
itaoaUoa
Peclle* wrote enclosing a   pian
the tuWIvision of lots 16,  17 and
lot li, (or the signature   of    tie i
vor   This was authorized.
riw corporaUo��  <* Burnaby     for
Med a ch.��que to    the amount   of
13,86 id (.aynvnt of their share of
icost nf grading Tenth avenue east
Twelfth ttrtmi.
"be board of pilot commissioners
ite tx^ressing 4___ny thanks to the
ror and council for their assistance
ag the expenses of the pilot I
  -���-w ivw u)        . ucui wsMi not reached.
needed.      ^_^m^_^_^_m j C.  Caldwell   and   others   who    .swore,     Aceorxling to the Sydney Telegraph
At a subsequent meeting tbe direc-1 during tie    recent    bearing    of the j of November 18 there were at least  _^^^^����� ���  .�������*���� away
tors decided to issue $21,346,000 of the ! D"uc* perjury case, that it contained a  hopes of the differences between men _     ��� ��� v~.m iwm and Mr.  of liquors in public places, and    im-
new stock,  which  will  t>e issued    to   roll of lead. {and masters being amicably arranged. J Howe was among those citizens who  poses a tax of $500 on clubs whose
sharetiolders on a oasis of 20 per cent, i     Tbe official .itatement given out by      Premier Ward had come out   with i lent the firemen a hand   in fighting members are allowed to keep drinks
of their holdings. Sir Thomas Shaug-1 the representatives of the home office' proposals for a settlement.    By these I the  flames.    He  has   been    suffering'of an intoxicating nature in their in-
nessy said the money was to be used e and others who were officially present [ proposals work would be immediately i from his heart for some time and the j dividual lockere.
for improvements and    additions    to  at 'he exhumation, not only definitely j resumed, and the whole case to   be | excitement and heat proved too much!    There is some agitation to have tbe
the company's lines.    Ha ulso denied \ disposes of the lead myth, but seems ' submitted to a tribunal composed of! and upon returning he collapsed   and . law declare   unconstitutional.    This
munica-1 the nimors that th" C. P. R. was af-   effectively  to  confirm  that  the  body; a judge appointed by the governmenti died almost immediately.   The fire de- action may be brought in the United
ividence   tor fhe Hos,��n & Maine and the Chi-! burfeij ic 1S64 was actually that of T.! and two mining experts, each side to   partment will conduct the funeral ar-  States courts in the course   of    the
i mayor  cag0 ftreat Western railways.      ��� .    ' (���. Druce. ���   jfjelect one,    Jt was hoped that these   rangements. ,t��w.n��>.
Christ- **���' ""*"* -'���'" The authorized statement follows:    ; projiosals would b�� ��A��Antr,vi-. ... i--1
SHEEP APT  uifti^n   ...
���., mm _,..��..,  oi   anj  providence j "��r tne Boston & Maine and
buses wrote thanking the mayor' c-^> Orea* Western railways
j council lor their generous Christ-' 	
SHEEP ARE VICTIMS IN
8EARCH FOR CANCER CURE
Berlin, Dec. HO.���Prof. Ernest Von
Leyden, who recently has devoted
himself entirely to the study of cancer, from which it is said three thousand persons die yearly in Germany,
has   made a  pressing  appeal   to  the
The authorized statement follows:    I ptOjiosals would be acceptable to both
"Tehe coffin was open^ and found e masters and men, and that the strike
to   contain    the   body   of   an   aged j would be forthwith ended.
bearded man.   The plate on the coffin ; -��� ���
bore    the    name    Thomas    Charles' Mayor of Nelson.
Druce." i     Nelson. B. C, Dec. 30.��� S. S. Tay-
The scene at Highgate cemetery ( lor, K. C, will be Nelson's next mayor
this morning when the vault was i if a unanimous call to the office pre-
opened  was   remarkable.    Constables   vails.    Mr.  Taylor has pleaded pr^s
rangements.
EXPEDITION 18 ORGANIZED
TO INVADE GUATEMALA
Puerto Cortez, Honduras, Dec.
30.-
seemed
 .i-,.. wueei-e; ; or professional business,  but as    the
_���  _,.yvv..   io  me i every bush and every tree apparently ��� <x>ming year is regarded as a critical
government,  and to private    sources,   ha<J an offJW,r of th��� ,aw    A��� lhe en.  one jn tile history of the city and as
for the foundation  of an  institute ofl trances  to  the    cemetery  were    sur-jthe demand for Mr. Taylor's services
research.^ I rounded by cordons of   police.    Only j as chief    magistrate    is    practically
Prof. Von^ Leyden recommends the j those persons  who had pasgees  from j unanimous it is probable he will   ac-
thc- home office were admitted to the! cent nn���!"""-'
month.
BOOTING HOG FINDS
STORE QF BURIED BOMBS
An expedition fe,"����'ol'ge^J^Z\_ ??*"? ^ 30~T^ ^rioslty   of
Befize, British Honduras, for Zi pur Ito St ^ Akk���matt ��- b~^
Pose of making an armed invLion of I l"BhtaTe   ��f   **��   at   that
Guatemala, according to adv c^   re   S^��e'wca,used ** arrest of a number
  p-.-jw ngnt a store   of   bombs   at   that
 ���.,,,���.-,   vans    Mr. Taylor has pleaded press  P��se of ���aking �� armed iDvasion of l*1***, caused the arrest of a number
to spring from   everywhere;  of professional business, but as   the  Guat^'a- according to advices   re- of school   boys  charged  with   being
ish and every tree apparently j coming year is regarded a3 a critical   f ���u-ed ,here_ and General ^ Christ-  .war. nf *��-	
ifficeer of the law.    All the en-  rm" ���"  th" *���'���"��� "     '
Wrayiug the expenw. of the pilot L Prof' V����  UT*.  recommends the KZ M "* CWton' ��f   ^^    <**  �� ��*��!..��,   7,
ie pert.   They believed that   this I "rm'uion <* an International associa-1    ��Kf ^ra0M  wh(> ^ Passes  from  unanimous it _ nrobabll hi
etocce bad been of benefit to thei "��D in ord" that an exchange of ne-  *" h��me offlce were Emitted to the: cept nomination
tu a city, and <_ _ deep Kea port, i 8U"S of Investigation  in  the various I ^m'ls' \ -	
If hoped that    the    new    council l countrl��   might   be  had.    He    gives L ge Hollamby Druce, who claims  OLD 8ATTLEFORO in
IM extend    the    same   assistance I BOme hoP���� �� eventually  finding   a! ,e ls the rtehtful heir to the Portland [ GUT,
old It be required.   The communi-! r"med-v for ��anc��r by means of liver fuf���dwn and to us vast estates, tried; .	
on mi received and fll.wi i fermentations develonad   ir,t��   ��   ���....   twloe ^ get  into  the oemeterv   hut      m��w��, D���...... .   _   .
Per-
the
iu:j It be required. Tbe communi
ton vu received and filed.
���M W'lng Sing, a Cbinaman,
b'" wltliOg permission to lay build-
nwterlal on Columbia street in
lieivro for Sulldfng purposes.
fs��n vu ;:r;tnted subject    to
fODilltions.
fb Mliuswial association Of    the
wrote expressing their aatlsfac-
lit ~%�� action of the council    in
i'ine the houses of vice on -McNee-
~1 Ramaee  streets.    The com-
ilraikm was referred to the police
(ffllwloners,
ftt-tla committee recommended
following accounts be paid:
Baj Wilson, $45 ���  Umont Bros..
The accounts  were lair]  over
I lannary 6.
! remedy for cancer by"mwn"s'oMIver \ dU]ieiloID and to "s vast estates,' tried I ^GUTTED BV FIRE
   "  """'   ^.luviviti was visited
j able Injection through the Inoculation, op���ra.jons ^gan at daybreak with tha I by a serious fire Saturday night, when
| of sheep.    He reports good results In reswvtl of the topmost coffins in the  i number of business houses In the
several mild cases of cancer by means | vall���   containing the bodies    of the  heart of the city were destroyed.
of this treatment. w]fe and  a  son of T   c   Druce.    It     The fire is believed to be incendiary
__��� j wftj. nearJy half-past eleven before the i as there were two others on Friday,
Dii IV fit riinriUnDTDC j coffin, the contents   of   which   have:��Jl pointing to the same cause.   The
HALL I   Of   LnlftAY UKtnu ! aroused   the   curiosity of  the    whole  total loss will be in the neighborhood
lil IP  linrriv   ITTrimril i worl<i- was hro"ght uo readv for onen-  of  $50,000, while   the    insurance    is
WAS  LAnUELY  ATTfcllDtD   m*   and   inspection.    The    top    was  only  some $10,000.
quickly  unscrewed and  the fastening1 ____________
| of the. lead cut. and there was no need Muckers  Killed  by  Explosion.
A  rally of (he various branches of j for the dictum  of the eminent    sur-      Field, B. C, Dec. 30.���Thr.ee muck
the  city  gwn,  Augustus  J.   Pepper, who was | ers named Maretti, Paulo and J. Duffy
iad office ta i��ri~ I trttnA hi..���	
-_��� ��v ��u.i<..^> re- or school boys charged with being
ceived here, and General Lee Christ- aware of tbe whereabouts of the ex-
mas, of Memphis, Tenn., who re- plosives, and resulted Incidentally in
covered from his wound received last the death of the animal.
July during the war between Nicara- The hog wandered Into the school
gua and Honduras, is recruiting a yard, began to root, turned over a
force at Puerto Barrios, an Atlantic bal? buried bomb and exploded It with
port of Honduras. Its snout.   The police made an inves
tigation and found on the school
grounds an extensive store of bunted
hemhfc
Wo persons were injured    by    the
Colic Cure Killed Him. 	
Calgary, Dec. 30.���John  Hotson, a i    "So persons were injured    by    the
laborer at Breckenridge & Lund's Bow | explosion, but hundreds   of windows
Tiver spur camp, a few miles from Cai- : were shattered,
gary. is dead from *h�� ����-���
g&ry. is dead from tbe effects of a,
dose of International Stock Food colic <
cure.
: the (.'hrlstlsn   Endeavor   In
was    held   in    the    Queen'b   avenue
j Methodist    church    yesterday.      The
'. rally   was  most   successful,    the    Bt-
^^^^^^_^_ tendance  was  large  and   the    enthu-
W Smith enquired when the side-'si;,snj  >;,'ea,���    All   the  societies   were
Ik was jming tn be laid    on    the   wilJ represented, many of them e>p<ec-
laily so.    The chair was occujded by
SEVEN YEAR SENTENCE
METED OUT TO TOUGH
"de of Agnes  street    between'
JIM ai I    EJlghth    streets.    Aid.   �������
Wi- chairman  of tho  tward    of | president
presldenl of the locaT union
I     ' ���'"'  thai the work  would|��m
���*��� as soon  as  work  was com-'
,,n "1:,f a'atrtct    There was
TJ"" on linn.I  authorized before
IiJJ^w a��lay�� had been en-
[lf:>r>"" la altooi for the Im-
n?ea�� "f ^e Port Mood, road
;..,'      v  ��v��r of the road by
!,,        BnwrniBMt    A petition
'  ; t0 ""   commla��loner   of
ITT" ,,:'s, -<"rten��lv��ly
''!'   o.hients    along    the
, ''���".' '""��� uns presented to the
���r��"n""-   -!����� session  ,as,  n,Kll,
;'"[':' : lhal the council   en-
&Wt�� Jh9    ,"'n"""     '""Red    the       .��r.   ...  .
lhe forth maklBR an appropriation  the meeting
rpofc. nf ^"''"R estimates for   the   vinclal  union and made .. ...���	
carrying out of the local, being $.:oo
Constable Latimer, of the Vancouver
 ��� ���  u.   ^cptrt-r, wno was; ers named Maretti, Paulo and J. Duffy,   police  force,  stepped off the    street
appointed by the head office to carry   were blown up and killed In an acci-   car yesterday afternoon with a strong
out    the exhumation,  to assure    all  dental explosion of dynamite in   Mc-  ��rrin ��-  ���*>" ���-    *
present  that  human  remains    lay  In  Donnell _ Gzowski's grading contract.
ihe coffin. near here.    The explosion was due to
So far as the general public Is con-   stray pieces of gelignite that had got
corned,    t.ie    entire      long-drawn-oul   mixed with dirt on the grade.   Several
Druce-Duke of Portland controversy Is ; gangs who were working ln the vidn-
at an end. and in the   case   of   the  ity 1iad narrow escapes from the fiy-
Hetherlngton, B. A.,  vice- claimant, George Hollamby Druce, it  ing pieces of rock which were hurled
of   the   Columbian   college, haa fallen tothe ground. in all directions.
ter devotional exercises an   anthem \ bank clerks suggest
I was rendered  by the Queen's avenue
Choir,     Rev,   J,   8.   Henderson,  of   St.
Andrew's church, followed with a
splendid address on "Power tor Service.
After the roll call of societies    the
business of tb
with.
form _
to consist of tbe president and a meni
1*T from each of the societies. Qeorge]
EAGER   FARMERS FIGHT
FORMATION OF UNION OVER EMPTY FREIGHT CARS
Toronto, Dec. 30.���Thane is tall; of Saskatoon, Sask., Dec. 80.���There
the formation of an organization of was great excitement In A-sguith Sat-
bank clerks at au early date, in tactL^ nlght over the grain congestion.
it is said that men who uike care of  ������       ,.    ..
The situation  was Somewhat  relieved
v ai ._.._.. .
.   .~wvu wim a strong
grip on the arm of a tough looking
customer whom the officer watched
somewhat in the manner of a cat
watching a mouse. There was good
reason for watchfulness for Fred
Simons, sentenced to seven years in
the penetentiary, has prove himself
an ugly customer and Constable Lati-
COUNTESS OF WARWICK
TO LECTURE IN AMERICA
London, Dec. 30.���The Countess of
Warwick announces her intention of
starting early next year on a lecturing tour   of America,    the proceeds
| from which, as well as the proceeds
! from her memoirs, which she is   now
writing,  will be devoted to realizing
l "My great ambition, owning and editing a paper."
EDDY ESTATE IS
ONCE MORE DISPUTED.
Boston, Dec. 30.���Disputing the pow
er of Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy, head
of the Christian Science church,   to
union was proceeded   the money iu Toronto met recent,, .��� -      ,.���B1CU
a  resolution was adopted   to one or the big hotels .and decided to  today by the recell" of about twenty
in executive for the local union, baud themselves in __ association for I enil,"es. The news soon spread among
mutual  nrotectinn     it   i,.,.. .   ,    the  farmers and   the  elevators   were
It thi
'lie
lie
Wr Increasing
Simons  w..c".S   h "'       > J T���' ^^ n��Uces have *w
named ^ 1, ^ a *o����n j^ ��Pjm Truau*. HcCIelkn, ftm-
iier anil rohh.���. 1 assaulting | aid and Baker, having in charge Mrs
called in to l��L hl' l**�� wa�� ; make an appropriation of $1,000,000
Pipe loaded with ?\ "* * n*ber �� f��Und * charlt^le InstltuUon re-
-aiimei  had only a"police-   PHation    from   Mrs.    Eddy's   estate,
���< along >
feto
..   ")e|.MI|H..l|l"l| -"^ ������'���
'oniiiv estlmatea for  the Wndal
mad   nvu"'"'"ct'"* and maJttog Involving tbi
ft'rot ~"y. ""' "f m&Wng it   a option plan.
���   Tlie petitioners jmlnt out   held   tonighl
"""���ovement would be a boon
numtier    of
'' road, giving easy
and Klvin U''s,lnInR,<''' "':"���-
Ct.��,neofPortMoody-Itl
I">lu'"""   "���  Moody : to the mayor and aldermen:
j    1 beg leave to reporl that on having
the levels taken on the reservoir site
chosen   on   the    governmenl    reserve
nnd Third Btreet,
plans.
Considerable    disappointment
jsenoe Of Hev.  Mr. Milll-
whose address had
'.. fell at  the nl
I ken, of Vancouver 	
been much looked forward to.
^^^^^^^^. also taken to! _____________________w~���-
the cast   Iron   rule  prohibiting    mar-   many (ilsl,lltes over the possession of
was I riage unless with the consent of   the the <sars'   niul   ui����"fed   iwiice were
management   There are other'calle<1 i,lt0 control the angry settlers
HiWaI.       _.\_ _       	
tikis d���
IS- III,
��k��tliei
"f'l i0
ally
tween   Port
superintendent's l
letter
banh
On notion
Johnston, the
''���"���""���toil  took  place as
Wn   advisable for   the
0r , ,s" ^e    petition   In-
NmiTa   :i   n,,y
fcS- �����- tnken,
��rks fiommlttN or   ti,
���lrt Ki'"���, "l"1" '"-""sht down
K,rl,     "    mperlnten
�� location ''lnl"1 S',,n'    ���������W-
%i        " "  iii,i
*U, ���������        "18 reservoir. Tb.
Htt,di      '" V,dern>en Smith
;M ioibdIv     torecolvethe ro-
- ,",:���';���"��..��� ��.���..,H,���r ,
r��ciinB n,'0 vis|'  the site;
u""1' committee
nl   i "ubsetjuenl
'  b   rim   the
' 'clock,   Toi-
of
near Queen's avetiuSl
It was found that the lower cornei
tiie silo was loo low for the elevation
requited, and was, therefore, unsult-
now Doing taken on
lnsi above the brlok
sore sjxits which the clerks feel can
be more easily healed by collective
action than by individual effort and it
is lo this end that the proposed association is being mooted.
| when the cars were handed over
the elevators.
to
Death of Mrs. John Campbell.
 w uui; a policeman's helmet to thank that he was
still alive, and the accused that he w.is
not before the court on a murder
charge.
Magistrate Williams, of Vancouver,
found the accused guilty of robbery
with violence, accompanied by revolting circumstances, and sentenced him
to five years' Imprisonment ln the pro-,
���vincial penitentiary.
The magistrate also found the ac-,
cused guilty o? assaulting Constable
Latimer, and for this he imj>oscl a
sentence of two years' imprisonment,
to date from the expiry of the former
term.
-  ._....,.   �� CBI
pending the outrome of litigation.
According to former United States
Senator William E. Chandler, this
action ls to be followed by a new lawsuit involving the Christian Science
head and her trustees, brought by the
"next friends," Mrs. Eddy's son,
George W. Glover, his daughter, Mary
Gaker Glover, and Mrs. Eddy's adopted
eon, Dr. Ebenezer J. Poster, of water-
bury, Vt.
daughter"o~f earITof
ouBtu,,.,,. iween the c
SHREWSBURY  ELOPES   <
  is an Amer
Jailer Mclnnes had an interesting
ecompanion brought to hlm yesterday-
afternoon, a man whose future residence appears at the present to lie between the cells and the asyhim.    He
can. gives his name    as
After suffering from general debilltv potS^h.060' 3��~La,1y V!<"'v Tal- Chi"',es ^^^n, and di
for some considerable time, Mrs. John >������.' *''Khter of ,hp Karl of Shrews- a lo*S��r from up the coast
n0���..w.o.   ���. b..^.   ���_,.. . bmy,   the   premier *_-\   ���<���   ���__,  ...
able.    Levels :m
the park  reserve
,   'Nr,,
���III
��� h
1 II
would   he  I
council  could  visit  llil
early data and tlecltlg as to tlie
Hon.   As it is absolutel) necessary to
uish this work with all possible spi
1 would be glad to have the aid ot 'li<
council tomorrow If convenient,
Your   re' | eel fullj,
WILLI VM ST. ITT.
Supi rlntendcnl of Wi fe n rl '
_., i ���"' ��������� tuuMiui'iau e time   .Mrs   lolin   . ..     "��n ui   ���
Chinaman who was j Camube]1| of Peardonville, ex, h^^ L^'-'  ,hfe  1,reniter ��*   of  E_Ml.ni
���ue���ting  and     withi^r home shortly after 5 o'clock __*���   S r^. * S���Sliil<��� * -A bv
Z '       "ls,tt r��s"lentof Peardonville since 1891    v       u   I IC     �� U,e eaH'  f<>1'  Lad
run   on the s. roots and eus.ng groBS-   beIng one of ^ s *  JJJS I (V0''1 *��!* ,he wooi^ �� ��e9ret un,
v ,���s���l  ng toguage another visitor  She   ,���   8urv,wd     . ^ >*�� ;    he details of the elopement were pe
to Uie city police couri was fined $20 sons, wllIlam  Hen/V     . JJJ"' ��";J  fected.
He was
very indignant at the police for the
rude manner in which his liberty has
been curtailed, and spun Up a long
story oi having large soms of money
���*   in   loans   In   the   district.   His
Chonj;  l.ee, thl	
. ...    , ,.      "   ',""  "���| v-miipoeu, or peardonville, expired at I Um. .       ' .' '   ���"   or   England
harged   with    neqUentlng  and    with,^,,. home short] . ' .^ <*�� * : tal created a sensation in socleiv ,���
damaging    windows,    was    yesterday  u,dav  even,    / ^ ���\*#- ^ Reginald Qore and ge-fbee
lined *L';i and costs on the I rst charge L.���. a- ,��� # uttLusen,   w no  ting marred at a 'hum hi    ,.    i. - -���   -��  ��   e
and  I",  and cos-s on  the  latter,    S Jl      Down     rT' ,*" f J?" "I*��� '"  ^     ���7*odd ���! T "''   ^ ��' f*^ ^ ^ �� **��
Whole amounting to $34.    For    being! ^"'J^ ln   **�����    In   the   district.    His
,< on the streets and .Bing ^ ffiK^S   !!   ^ ��* 4 *o��.Tj�� SS ffi fSSft IT "^
��s tow  to various persons,  and    the
police have doubts as to his sanity
T��Klay he will be charged before the
some, but not an aflstotfat"HeoZi SmI^ ��" tW��   Mltnlnal    wunts
unknown  to anybody In the  Shrews    ,      ,    l9^. Wi" lu" lt "" to the
bury set. sl"' ��-��� . In.miSratlo��� officials to have him de-
 .  ported-   'saving Ws coat and vest in
Would Retain Consulate Jon SS2 ��f * '��CaI h��tC''   Mdl,W
Nelson.   Dec. .'10.-A     S2     ��� , .    0n, *"** a ���� ,hat ^ had been rob-
request    was, bed and was gathered in hy the police
t down a ��� the park reserve jtiBi ftwve cne on.��- iy insuixing autguage anotner visitor | She   l8   8urvlwd b      hinlban *"";
dent    or yard and s suitable site locate d there, | to the city polloe couri was fined $201 son8, W11||       ���    * m��*?*J     "l
regard   I w.,���i,. be p sed, therefore, If the ,v Magistrate Oorbould. Sam,el R g g^^JJ^
voir   Th,.    eoimcll   could   visil   Ibis   place   ill      ��in ��� ��� PAn,.,l_.������<i.,,.   f.i. ��    ......     .     .    '
Samuel H. M., inspector of customs :i|
Snake Kills Cow. | rrri<!��.nVill<;; J��h" "" am' HUgh' "",h
Ottawa, 'Dec. SO.-John BJ. Hughe.   ?J?if    dt'v'   flnd   0M   d��"��'"''.
"Ha Pontla   farmer,  bad ��� cow w,S JS^'t    H'     B" McLw,n- w,ri-
died mysteriously.   A polt-mortem **\lI ^thTn" "TIT' ^ ^
,   , , . ^lal P-imidchildren.    he   iilerim nt win
nnton revealed a snake 20  nohoq < tow, , ,��� ���,, "' V,UI
was swallowed while toTcow  T__^S_Ti T**- 'n"ni(i:'iUI��-
���L <"^jW. E. Fales having    charge   0f the
Young  Oore  Is   clever
nml
ami
long
snake
Irlnking water.
funeral arnuigements.
��cnt to Wwhlngton en aS Z   IZrTH' g;,,hered ln by ** pol,c��
testing against the removal of   Z\~tH '^T��vi^ io """ ��� <**�� off a
. .    |,v..i   ii   v�� fill    .
 ..wv^fH oi    tli"   man on  tho street and gathering
United  Stales  consulate  hero, fcfgni 1   flu  assortment of clothes   from
by banks nni all  business houses.     rooms of the hotel.
up
the PAGE  TWO
TTTE DA TLY NEWS
!i
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JEC, M
Condensed
Advertisements
W
ANTED,   IMMEDIATELY   BY
man and wife, I oa ���.! and two
unfurnished rooms in private house.
Tele 285.
WANTED���Man or woman with
h irse and buggy to take orders
and deliver teas and coffees. Must be
a good hustler. A good proposition
to the right party. References r -
quired as to honesty.    Apply In own
NEW LINE PROPOSED
EOR MEXICAN TRADE
Five Vessels Will be Running Between B. C. Ports
Ancl .Mexico This Summer.
Mexic ' Cit:.    Mes.,    11 -���     0 ���The
Mexican    Pacific    company,  w'a
handwriting  to R.  E.  C. Hooper, 636  comjiosed  of Americans    ani    r-:.,
Pori'lor -otreei, Vancouver.
FOR SALE. BEST CORD-WOOD
at $5.00 a cord, delivered. T.
H. Foster, General delivery. New
Westminster.   .
T7IURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
*���     suitable for light house-keeping
Alex Speck, Columbia street.
T7IOUND, TWO WEEKS AGO, FISH-
���*��� ing skiff on north arm. Name N.
W. 79. Appl} ai thia office.
GIRL WANTED    IN    FAMILY   OF
,two. Apply first house below convent, west side of Albert Crescent.
T A PA X ES B BO V ATTEND! Xi 1
f Bchni I wains work with good family in :������ urn for room and boar I,
Apply Box 545, city.
JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
^ eral houi ework for month, o-r
washing clothes by the day. Apply to
S- -M e. p. o. Liox 296, city.
DOSITION WANTED AS WORK-
-*- ing housekeeper; go;d cook.
Apply at Xews office.
dian.-, bus arranged 10 establish a
new steamship line between the port
of Acapulo, Manzanlllo and Mazatla
and ports on the Pacific coast of the
United States and British Columbia
Tne new line will operate five vessels,
the first of which will be put In
mission next month.
The company owns 00 of
land, situated in the state of Gu
adjaoent to the i>ort of Acapuli >.   The
land Is being planted in bans .
other tropica]  fruits.    The   com
j this season has 3000 acr - In c ���" m,
and li has estagllsbed a < otton mill.
The  survey has  been  made  for   .
railroad   100   miles   long,   w hich
(ompany will build from Ae
a point on the Balsas rivi  .    Rn  :r _-
terial for the construe : n
ba-    been    purchased     ind    wil
broughl   to  Acapulco . j   th       .   -- ���!
which will be placed In opei
month.
For cut flowers, nouquei -    or I
eral   leslgns  telephone  T   Davl
Son, B. 208.
OR SALE, GOOD Mr.   ...  .   o  .
  - cord, C. O. I/.
T   ARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT A:'"'  &   '���'���'��� ��� ''''��� Phon    321
���*-^   after    January.lst.    Corner    4th ������	
Ave. and Bth street. All conveniences. W AXTED BY GEX1 LEMANT'   "
 . ,  '"      ern  furnished  roon
TTT ANTED���<3-irl  mornings  for bed- family.     All.  ss     \'.   s.   -
����     room  work.    Apply to Mrs. C. News.
A. McKlllop.
TTTANTED- ill
T'    for single
ID    SITTING  ROOM
L
OS
LADIES    GOLD   Bl      ��� -  '
pm,    set    with    di
.    I
single gentleman.   Reply by  lockel  attached.    Return  to News
letter to  A.  C,    Daily  News,  P.  O.   flee    Five dollars reward.
Box (lie:;.  	
TTTANTED���YOUNG   LADY,    JEST
' '    left   se-hool  preferred
COI XD    i IN    FOURTH     '. 'EN1   -2
*���      coat with c 11 Mn pocli
care of offl< ���
News office.
���.   :
to take   name
D. C.. Dailv  sai
John El ion."    1 lv :       ���
y applying at F. J. Hart & Co
Y
DUNG JAPANESE BOY WAXTS
situation as house boy; honest
and intelligent; speaks good English
Address G. NISHI, P. O. Box 414,
New Westminster.
TTTANTED���A NUMBER OF FIRST
W    class laborers.   Apply to Qulg ,
lev. nt ar Small & Bucklin's.
T\ R. HATHERLY, Optician and doc-!
-*-"' tor of Ophthalmolgy. CuresI
Nervous and Chronic Headaches by j
egg* skill fully prescribed glasses i
Parlors on  Sixth    St., Murchie !
60   YEARS'
ERIENCE
<T
APVEJVTISE IN THE DAILY XEWS
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
Anynnr. .priding a Bfeetch and dcscrlrtire^ mn?
quIcLly ascertain <nur opinion free whether an
Invention is prohnhly patentnhte. '.'omnin nidation! striotlr confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent!
sent free. Oldest aeetiry for securing patent*.
Patents taken tEroosh Munn Ae Co. recetTe
sptcialnuttfe, without charge, Inthe
Scientific flttiericait
A handsomely Ulustrated weenly. Largest circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms for
Canaila, 13,15 a year, postage prepaid. 8ol<J t>7
all newsdealers.
MUNN &Co."'B���^ New M
Branch Offlce, 626 IT Bt, Washington. D.C
Dainty Collars, Belts,
Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Etc,
Suitable for New Year's Gifts
at
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Streei
wm_m_\zz?wm8-?
��3 U L- Lr El T" I N
Great Northern Railway
HOLIDAY     RATES
3 TRAINS 3
To   Bellingham,   Everett  and  S2a>*tle,. Wash.
Close connections till points Easl and South.
Leave 9:20 a.m., 12:10 a, m.,  1.35 p. m.
Holiday rates to following points on sale Dec. 21, 22, 23,
21. anel 25th, Dec mber 28, 29, 30, 31, and January 1st;
final return limit all hiloday tickets wlll be Jan. 3, 1908.
Teachers an.l Students: Upon presentation of proper
school vacation certificates, tickets will be sold to teachers and s'.udents at school and colli ge at same fare, sell-
iiii; to conform to closing dale of same', return limit to
date  school   re-convenes.
Nelson,  B,  C .  and  return $28.60
Rossland.  II.  C, and  return $30.00
Grand Perks and return  $31.95
Midway, is. C, and return  $32.46
Phoenix, B. C, and  return $33.10
Fernie,   B,   ('..  aad  return $39.30
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone   194. NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.
\v. A. Iteirfs. Assistant General  Pass, Agt., Seattle,  Wasb,
yTiw-' i. .'&_?���- -?rr""' ���"' nm t~*"vrrmnr,* rfTaw^tPfxtKim-v .:<~\ n
tr__A___\^rt---*-*����� '���.-���^ ...' ���v-\.v.iv ~vj .V....%���.-.,.' . > i.e. .I.**..-- -.-
>**i_i__T!_ffl&
EVERY   BIRD
GUARANTEED
ne
3_*
New Year's
v***'
��
Turkeys,
Geese,
Ducks,
Chickens, . ��� ;^li^.
at Reichenbach's ��2SaS6
$m   m__?��ifV
���     ':b.'i   '^1<Mk
HUNDREDS   TO   CHOOSE   FROM
ON    SALE    TODAY
Call and leave your orders or Telephone 1 '01
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never heen
more apparent than at the present time.
���      The
ROYAL BANK of 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 vou require'  it.
BANKING BV MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
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I II RIGHT THING TO DO
���
I
if  you   have   unintentionally   overlooked  some friertd at Christmas
eto- remember them
ON NEW YEARS DAY
Though  our  Christmas Eai.a were heavy, our t_Kftmtn\ is ���"'
4      practically   intact.     Come   and  see lis for th.*t  New Year's gift.
New Westminster Branch.
F. B. LYLE,   Mgr.
ll THAT NEW YEAR'S PRESENT
iiii iii selection at
, I Henry Birks & Sons, fii
I    X tf /
DRUG STORE
C-'-A
Vancouver^ Leading Jewellers.
GEO. E. TRORI If, Managing Director
Cor. Hastings and Granville Sis.        -       Vancouver
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Eyes Tested Free.
F0�� NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS
We will give a discount of 20 per
cent, off regular prices on all goods
Sold for Cash in our Crockery and
1 Glassware stock.
4
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
E ONE-MI
WASHER
Phone 97
Tiie eo ni -oi -i ���'���  '
mlhuta   Washer"    ���'
���Onl
worfe   better,  fa ier 'l'1'1
nny other.
ler ��i
CA
LL  AND  INSPECT.
��. J.  TRAPP   8i c0\
Limited INESDAY,  DEC.   21,   1907.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
MAKE  GOOD   FRIENDS.
RIGHT THIS WAY
EVERYBODY
FORJHE |EST SHOE
THE
8
I
This is positively the last call to our GIGANTIC SHOE SALE which has been   |8
running for the past three weeks. 52
Tt i!?J"!!!'rA.o".;'.(^-as been here-bought all the Shoes he could possibly use, and   [jj
LAST Call!
BJ gone on his way rejoicing.
Now, Reader, It's  Up  to  You!
If you let this great Shoe opportunity escape you, the
fault is yours, not ours.
If you come in for a look, you'll buy, and wonder why
you did not come before.
We ve yet many Shoe Bargains which you cannot afford to ignore.
Here's What's Left:
MEN'S 4.50 Boots for $3.50
"      4.00     "     "     2.95
"     .3.50 Working Boots for  2.50
Boys'2.25 Box Calf      "      "    1.50
"    2.00 Fine Kid       "       "     1.50
Men's 2.00 Working Boots      "     1.50
LADIES' 4.50 Patent Leather Boots for $3.50
3.50 Fine Kid Lace     "       "  2.95
2.50   "    "       "      "       "  1.95
1.25 House Slippers for    90c
1.50 two-strap House Slippers for  1.25
Girls' Boots, sizes 11 to 2  1.50
Child's   "       "     5 to 10  50c to $1.50
I
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N
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For Ladies���Special To-day
All our Fox's American Party Slippers, some patents,
others beaded, some ribbon-ties���our very best $3.00 and
$3.50 lines for $2.50.
All our $2.50 Party Slippers for $2.00 a pair.
All our $2.25 Party Slippers for $1.75 a pair.
This is a chance to secure Party Slippers at prices within
reach of all.
This Store Will Be Open Until Late This Evening
Take Advantage of This���
THE  LAST  CALL
Johnston's
Shoe   Mouse,
Sign of Big Electric Boot
9
ft
&2
Every One Should  Have This  In   Mind
Because of  Future  Benefits.
It is not worth while to pause to
consider whether men in olden
times placed a mercantile value on
friendship*. The significance ot the
modem application needs no justification. Friendship pays. Acquaintance pays. That is a wise
young man who looks to it that his
acquaintances are formed with a
view to future benefit to himself.
What does it profit any man to
know a lot of men who are only ordinary mortal? with no capacity for
ih'ing anything Bpecial or anything
i specially well���merely men who
do a day's work at whatever they
have to do and who spend their
leisure time at the races, baseball
gimes or at the theater?
The men to know are those who
have a serious purpose in life and
wlio go on cheerfully toward the
goal, developing their powers meanwhile. At college a young man has
an excellent opportunity for selecting among his classmates companions for a future career, but if a boy
is denied the advantage of a college
course, with its discipline and associations, and is cast into the huge
swirl of the commercial world without training he must make his
friends and get his start there. To
begin with, it requires no mercenary
foresight.   No pleasant fellow need
slighted because he probably cannot "he of use.'' but the importance
of spending little time with good
fellows is apparent when one has
his way to make by his own efforts
in the world. Courtesy is always
commendable, and courtesy costs
nothing.   It helps everywhere.
The value of a long list of friends
end acquaintances to a commercial
inn q is mo* obvious, for by his acquaintance, his popularity, he obtains much valuable information
that helps when it comes to doing
business. And the point is not to
overlook the opportunity to cultivate the friendship of those wnose
knowledge and worth have already
advanced them to high position, for
their example inspires to emulation;
thus association develops our best
powers, and their counsel and
friendship are worth something ethically and financially.���Los Angeles
Times.
Tit For T��t.
A victim of omnibus pickpockets
determined to get even with theni,
so he put into his pocket a pocket-
book containing only a slip of paper on which were written the
words:
"This time, you rascal, you've
lost the reward of your labor!"
He got into the same omnibus
and waited, resolved to have the
first pickpocket that meddled with
him arrested. Twentv minutes passed and nothing happened, and, tired
of waiting, he got out, having assured himself that his pocketbook
was safe. He opened' it. and in
place of his white piece of paper
was a blue one. which he unfolded
and read as follows:
"What a siv joker you are!"���
London Tit-Bite.        ' _--���   S"'
. ,.������_-r_Si, :      .s*", <
Womanly ^ogic. �����
'���Never," groaned L Euclid av?*'
nue picture dealer tne other day,
"never try to argue a woman into
believing that she ought to pay a
bill when she thinks otherwise. I
tried it this morning���presented a
bill for some stuff ordered two
nionths ago. Here was her irrefutable logic:
" "1 never ordered any pictures.
"If I did, you never delivered
theni.
'"If you did. I never got them.
" 'If I did, I paid for theni.
"'If 1 didn't, I must have had
some good reason for it.
" 'And if I had, of course I won't
pay.'
'"What do you think of that?"���
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Ltd. |
m
-      -      NEW WESTMINSTER
He Knew English.
An intelligent sepoy one day came
into a telegraph office in India and
handed in a message to send to a
station in central India. Having
read the message. I told him there
was something wrong.
"No, sahib; me knows English,"
he said.
Again I attempted to explain to
him that it was worded wrongly.
"Me knows English," he declared
haughtily and indignantly. "If you
no send, me report superintendent
Mandalay."
Thus threatened, I forwarded this
message: "Come quick. Father dangerously dead. W." ��� Pearson's
Weekly.   	
Hit  Escape.
The honeymoon was over, and the
husband, returning from business,
was grieved to find his little wife
crying bitterly.
"Oh, George," she sobbed, "such
a dreadful thing has hannened! I
lad made a beautiful pie all myself, and Fido went and ate it!"
"Well, never mind, my dear," he
said cheerfully. "We can easily buy
another dog." PAGE FOUR
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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1  so % orr  |:FOR SALE
Tbe
S__/\y
��� ����C. 5,
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ON ALL
���
���
OYS
CA. McKlLLOP,
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���
We have choice upland prairie hay
and timothy hay. also oats, wheat and
feed to offer in car lots.. Delivery
prices given  on request
TURNBULL'S
BAKERY
4th and Columbia Sis.
���r....  ���   ,.   ,, ���
D. C. HOFFMAN,
Grain   and   Provisions.
CALGARY
Phone 310.
SUCCESSOR TO R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
COOKSLEY'S
All kinds of fancy pastry.
First class candies.   Fresh
taffy. G. B. chocolates.
Bread 5c per loaf.
A shipment of double a
single Iron Beds just jn
Well Known
Souvenir
��� i souvenir
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 ~\POST     CARDS
THE DAILY NEWS
Publisher! b.v the Daily Xews Publishing Company, Limited, at the<r
offices, corner of Sixth and Froul
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.
pai9e Managing   Director
TUESDAY, DEC. 3.    1907
CONSULT YOUR BANKER.
All over this country, In village an I
city, hank<t cs are coming t i e the advisors of the working cla .-���������. Financial pitfalls are -so numei < ��� - ecious
speculative  offers   so  alluring,   man;,
ered necessary by the contraction ...
Lhe  Industrial  condition.
The Bank of Commerce has always
pursued a liberal policy In regard    to
Canadian   securities   and   this   is   evi-
I denced in the facl that call loans a e
J3.694.162  egreater    than    last    year.
These  loans   have ben   Blightly    de-
creased  In  the  pasl month.  !>;:;   it !s
quite evident that the bank has   ieen
a supporter of the situation and has
1 not made it worse by calling In loans
' at home   where   this process    would
have had only a disturbing influence.
This year the bank carries form u I
a  balance at credit of profit and loss
of $675,912,    Ii   has  been  announced!
that tlie bank wlll hereafter make additions to th.' rest only in amounts of
$1,000,000.    The    comparative    state-1
men; of ino? and 1906
of New  Westminster and dist'iet
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at   Gamon'a  Cigar   Divan
^Advertise  the town  we live iu   1 y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoer
friends.
We still have some
cellent Xmas cakes left.
ex-
NOT FROM
Ottawa or Japan
Can you   hope to settle
this cheap labor question
Get our prices
ALEX. SPECK
____________________________________________
, ���        .....
.... ... vi luvi ann i��ue will disclos
securities so unreliable thai  the man satisfactory position of the.' bank  -   ������
witn a small deposit In tue bank actu '���     than  any  wire].-.
ally needs sou,- disinteres    I  pei    .. ���	
id adviese him.   1; seems of late j ars OTTAWA'S mayor  is
that it is the man  with    the    small IN  BY ACCLAMATION
amount laid by who attract.; most   of 	
the financial    vultures.    The    hanker      Ottawa. Dec.  .10.��� Mayor Scott   \   -
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE and KJNUINl
WORK.
SUIP SMITHING, BKUJUID ind
STRUCTURAL  IRON     WUKK.
Ornamental   iron   Worn,   inciudlnt
fences. Gares. Fire fciscapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence !r
��� Ited.
JOHN RFID,
garments,
Just   have your
with  the Union   Label	
attached,  made hy        :'��� __s__s������r
J. N. AITCHISON Fresh Pork Sausage5 Daily
��� Columbia St.       New Westminster
CHOICE BEEF
Best of Farmer's Pork
I
BEOBia St Ht.t.i
\'bw WoeafmlnntK'
r"    It    <7I
SnT*���""   re'elred ^ay by acclamaUonTTh;;;
a hundred or so.    He   are eighl  contestants In  th,   fl       f
^rollers.    F������:.  ,,,,,   requlred   Th���
candidates are    Aldermen    Davids    ���
sees a sa 1 in
few  dollars  td 	
sees the house moth* r enti r th
each week with a small addition    to
tne nest egg.   These small, li.iril--.von   Hopewell, Cha
savings come to have a peculiar interest to the banker���to even th big
.anker with many depositors.
That has    happened    many,    many
times in lhe country during the    last.
few years, and  with  the exploitati n
of so many "companies."  tie    ban
has taken it  upon  himself i<> In i
For  the disposition  to  l.e  made    for
small Investors.    Some  banks, at    a
great expense, have han. ���..' down false
companies for the express purpose of
giving theii depositors the benefil    of
the information thus gained.   Thus do
bankers perform a  real  service, and
earn the gratitude of the    depositor,
who otherwise would have been duped
and robbed.    In these days, when so
much is said about the heartlessness
of commercial methods, it is refreshing to note the human interesl;  with
which the banker regards    a    misled
client.���Kironci'i! i'eisi
rapagne, Hasty, Pe
P'  M   Draper (secretary of th, trade,
and   labor  congress)    n   h
fbarrister), and Stroud
'1   !.���   in
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
sacond ��� hand tables and supplies in
Btock.
R.   H.   CLiSURN
Phone  A2698. ?.  0.   Hox  1185
Bowling  Alley.   Pender   St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent   for  Messrs. Samuel  May  _>.
Co., Toronto.
Leo. Mueller
HAIR  SPECIALIST
Importer-  m mui icturers   ���   I J>
era In Ladies' and Gents'
FINK  HAIR  <:
Toopes, Wigs, Trai    ��� on .
Pompa lours and   Sw Itches
Pacific Meat ^^
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props
Pho oe 1921
F. CRAKE
i-AND  REGISTRY ACT
W. |\. Draper jIlle 0rien[al Contract Co.
B. C. Land
Surveyor
i;e>ro  SioreV-    m��w Wettmlnster.
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Vancouver
Japanese Labor Con.ractors
Xew Westminster branch P. O
Box  645
Marcel  Wave, Pleach'.:       and Dyeing.    Manicure and Massage, Chi
and Scalp Treatir.e n'
436 Granville  St. Vancouver. B. C.
Westminster
Transfer Co
.rfloj 'Phone 1S5.       burn   Fnone 157
ColumWa St.
i3ag(��(j:e  delivered     promptly  to  ��nj
part of the city.
English Watchmaker
Two   floors   from    Ceo.   Adams,   Graver
been ma l<    o regl
Um  as  thi
a tax Bale
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    treasur-'r   I
Ladles' Gold Watches  trom  |4S.*8 as   Jj    '.  .
Gentlemen's   Bilver    Watches,   ope��   1902, ot all
I l, ,,, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Sliver  WatoltaeH   doubl*?���'luate, lylni
��� i   B,   $7.50   up,
'.',:��� \
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1 Light and Heavy Hauling
Offtce���Tram   Depot
THE   BANK   OF   COMMERCE.
A  Notable  Statement Showing An  Increase in Interest-bearing Deposits
and Holding Its Own Against a
Previous Banner Year.
The annual statement of the  Bank
of Commerce has been awaited  with
perhaps   almost   more   interest     than
that of any other institution because it
is  more  widely extended    than    any
throughout t'ne Dominion und hos pursued a more expansive   policy,     The
year ending Xov. 30, 1900. was a haulier twelve months in the history of
the Commerce aud it.- growth was of
an   astonishing character.    It.^ ass. ts
had Increased over 15 pei cent, and its
!   loslts over  17  pi r (enl .  while Its
rai e ol e irning ha I adi am ed fi om 11
to 17 11  ..< r ' ent.
Tha- there Bhould   i   ���   onsidei
rei   ssion   from  th    hi ..': f.ater   mark
o|  la '    eai   ws     enerall     ex|       d
I   Ins    td of   -i b  being  the    case
there le      i llghl    dvani
thai tlie Ban!   ol i lommei ce I.,
than hold Its ow n   in   th resafu
; eriod   through   ��hich       i n >w
passing, The m t ea nin o are the
largest In the hlsti rj tie bank, ������-
Lng $1,752,349, aa com] an ei with $1,-
741,126 in 190B or al th tate of 17.52'
per cent., againsi 17.li In LB06 ind
11.11 per cent in 190a.
Mofli notable, however, Is the situation in regard to deposits.    At. the annual meeting lasl  .-.ear the president
stated that a certain portion   of   the
deposits were of a temporary    character,    in  view of the reduction of
over three millions in the deposltB of
Canada's premier Institution, the Hank!
of Montreal, added   to the   situation
previously mentioned, a considerable
decrease might nave been expected In
fiie Hank    of   Commerra's   deposits,
While the total deposits    have    decreased   by  ilie  mere    i agatelle    of
$111,000, those from the gen< ral pub |
lie have sained by over a million and
a half, thus demonstrating thai there
have been no withdrawals bj alarmed
depositors.    Tho decreaae    in    com-
iv irclal loans amounting to 33,229,956
shows that the bank  has adopted   a
i '������:oerv.ill''0  attitude   Wh'ch   was   ren-
Selling Out!j
THIS IS THE CHANCE OF
YOUR LIFE ^=���
I have decided to clear out my entire
stock of
Furniture, Carpets; Linoleum
ana rlouse Furnishings
and, as I am limited to time, will sell
everything at ACTUAL COST,
and your CASH will buy more here than
in any other place you can go to. Compare my prices and be convinced. I
mean just what I say. This is no bluff.
The first buyer has the first choice of
my large and varied stock. Make up
your mind NOW and take advantage
of this great sale.
\ ���-���.. nt for the i elebrated Snith Hen i
Watcbes, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    \ll wairanted
i  Chains, Flings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
I  Watch    repairing;     charge!   reason'
I able.
, ,	
Timber Licenses.
Ni ��� A      .', ���
ino wn
' ��� ��� ���   ���
Vou   a:, e   .   ,
chase]   .   ���
i ite of thl
���   ��� ter  John
thereof in  ������ ���
that   pttbllcatlo
\   mi eting ol  all   pen .������ ho an
��� Inten sted In      ecia    tlmlx ��� i ���
in \'o.\  Westminster and II   sum  ind
lng - will be hel ;  In the lob i    ol  th
Hotel Kus.-e . on Tu< s 11)  evening at
7 .:'  ii , lock     An ���   pel Bon   Into  ested.
iu Bame is cordiallj  in ��� lt��e<d
The Intention ol thi   meel na is:
To appolnl a committee to work in
conjunction witl the Britl&h Columbia
Timber    and    Forr-stry    Chamber   of
Commerce,   Limited,   of   Viuicouv.r.
with  Uie object of Beouciug from t.liti
Provincial  Government a better title
to  special   licensed     land-    so    as to
make possible conservative and  economic methods so that tha owners of
licenses   may   know  definitely     for    a
reasonable   period   of   time   to    oome
what their  financial  outlays ami  obligations are to lie.
A.'fcn the question of exc salve <'��s s
<if surveys will be taken up sl the
meeting.
Also the protection for the preren
tlon of forest fires, etc.
To i lect offii e s. for I lie com ng
; car.
To discuss ways and means for the
better protection of timber lan Is and
| the Inten sl    ol   tlmiei   land owi e
i    Thi re will I <������ pra   ni al tl     tnee -
1 in^ .lud. ihi  I'', iHark, acting -.- i retai
tor the British C ���.umbia T mbor and
esti        Cha ml cr     nl
: I limited;   also Ihe  un -pre i;dei
li. iv iiri.'iiiiii r.
li  Is in be ho|ie d  there v.i.
I irge and  repn tentative gal hi i
timbi mien   n.i   this   iih'i Ung,   an
,'<���������
Mill
. I of
the
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ihirt> daya In >;*t|
Ubhe-I   ai   N'ew | will
Six*! and a iffli
Dati d at ��� otM
N'-w Westmii o.;l
Columbia, tin . ..��� *. ��� n- ��u_\
.V.n    1907
e'. S. KKITH.
:���
To Thomas  Mow itt.. 1   ���
All persona served wii      - .���:*
���*nd those clalmini ���. or vm
them and all persons c'almln#J
interest in the ��� d I in I ��� ���i^0'
sny unregistered Instrument ui **
persona claiming anj Interesi in th
said land bj desi ��� who -1 title *
not registered on lei the orlslwil!
the "Land Reegistrj \.i t," shall l*f��
ever estopped and debarred frotniW
tins up any claim to or In r^K^I
the said land so sold tor 'ivsatjtoj
vided hy the "Lan    Re    trj -tC
FOR SALE
FRESH   FISH
Fresh   TOM  CODS
Fresh WHITINGS
Fresh   HERRINGS
Fresh   LEN  COD
Fresh   HALIBUT
Fresh   SOLES
Fresh  BALED CRABS
WW % S_^B        M r_f\L_dMl_1^
Opp. T. J. Trapp's
Columbia Street
following     naniea    are    respe.  mil,
urgi ei in be preseni;
A. Ashby,  \. s. Beardslee, Charles
,;lllH'e ���'��� n   Black, .1. ii. Boner, J. W.
I',,'"":"1' l;nl;" tte Saw  Mill oo., e,  ii,
Bucklin, Corbould cMajor and Irwin),
E.   EC   DeBeck, T.   Blllotl  and   A.   S.
Reid, K. J, Pader, Praser River Lum-
')�����'��� Co., Praser Rivi r Kaw Mills, L s-
ter David, |eriK!.-,t Walker, Pulbrook &
VeoniaiiH,     |).     .\.     QeddW,     Herher
I CJlUey,  ii. Holllngsworth; J.  A.  John
���tone .). !���:. Jolinstona, John J. Jonea,
King Solomon  Mines Co. (oare <1   ED
Martin),   I,  a.   Lewis,   Hugh  L.  Mo
Wnald,   Alex.   McKachern,  Q  ���.   Mur-
i,h-v,    Th���s.    r,     Pearson,    Kudo ph
Puhler, S. s.  Rogers, Small & Buck-
Jin Lumber ('<'. McRae Smith, Oscar j
Soderman, M. q, Spain, k. Walker
Pl&aae do aoi tall i��� i,. prea ���i al
7:30 p.m.   (December   31),    Tuesda: I
evening, al   the lob y of ihe    li tei
Russell,
Vour,, respectfully,
BJ. J. PADEJR,
Acl lag S-c:o ary.
SMOKED FISH
Smoked   SALMON
Smoked   HALIBUT
Sm��ked   KIPPERS
Smoked BLOATERS
Smoked COD
royal cnnM ftl
Telephone 40.
(PRINTING
ur printing done
Have your printing"1""
town by the local m0'1^
high grade printers-
Jackson & Morri��>��
DAIM
NEWS I i-'"'K
tn-        AUVKRTI3K
THE       DAILY     N E
If you've LOST An)!'1' rcDAY,  DEC.  31,  1907.
THE  DAILY  XEWS.
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Our Annual
\Pre-Inventory
SALE
Opens
CITY NEWS
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Start now ami eat your
Kenny's.
Mayor    Keary   returned    yesterdaj
from a Bhor   business trip t'i Victoria.
meals   at. officers and the non-wmmlssioned of-
**l ficers oi the companless; blindfold Jttox-
' inf? match, wrestling   match,    potato
Iiu you want a new cottar- on    a
large  lot,  below market    value?    We
can
and   balance easy.  Abbott.
next Guichon  Hotel.
raft-, relay race and boxing match.
A.   H.  Green,  acting  on   behalf of
tti" <;. T. I'., yesterdaj signed on om r
he
uit you for$1000, only $100 cash'thirly ax,""n tor work a' c,eartn8 '
&    Hyde,
townsite  of  Prince   Rupert,   the   men
being due to sail on the Princess May
| Thursday.      Contrary      to    published
W. P.  Powle, of the Praser River i statements,  Mr.  Green  i.s  not    con-
Sawmiils Co., has returned to the city struction engineer for the <;.  T.  P.,
after spending a  short  holldaj   south 'being merely acting for that corpora-
of ihe line. tion in a subordinate capacity.
A   Bpecial   meeting of    the    school
board   was held   yesterelay.   when   no
doubt teachers were ap|>ointei| to the
two   vacant  positions    in    the    bigil
school  ami  public  .school     However,
the press not being admitted to   the
John  Hall, clerk of tlie    municipal i meetings of the board, ami the Becre-
council  ol   Matsqui, was  in   tj,.  city  tary having neglected to furnish    the
yesterday nu business connects with   Xews with a reiiort of tin. proceed-
Dixie Jubll
����� Singers
are sun
win-
nei-s.     Here
tomorrow
night.
Heal
them.
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if lb i'. Cigars are good enough for
Christmas the;,  are good always.   **
The
Aftermath
We have a few novelties left from the Xmas trade which w,. ���, /.
on the market at HALF PRICE, and some even better than that
We are reducing our entire stock and offer you prices that will
make it worth your while to buy now.
Two-piece bedroom suite for $14.00
Regular $17.00 and other lines at great reductions.
Kitchen Chairs 55c each up.   Diners 70c each, regular 85c.   Other
90c, fl.00 and $1.25; regular price, $l.lu. $1.25 and $1.50.
Blankets. Comforts and Bedsteads���A -Teat line at. small pr:-- -
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January 2nd
50 to 75c Ita fiooils
i  Inch, in.; irte lii
:   .i!   ;   ;.   ..    .
.  :. .   '��� o     .e   '     plan
i ���   in manj  nee!   I   ���-.
Cil ��� ' .' 'ill'./
      39c     i
)0c lo $1.25 losta
Cliiilis, 65c
lk  and  file of ' hi
.  :   ire includi .
at a . ��� i
��� ��� ,r   icl al     i
.    nd 16 In pu    w i il
clol ns re luci d  to   l
Hi; Wool Mfaistlngs,
16 l-2c
.    " -     ,        I'. r:
ol, Ol
coun       >r i
���   to  I ��� ���' _
Wer Cloaking, 1-2 price
2ln   Brown or   Ca   Una!
,-ei  Cloths 60c
; ���!   Dark    Plai I    Coi
tg $1 00
Maple Goods
j-
;',-;    Blankets
for    Blankets
In   'ea I
.   M-60.
instead
.   $5.on.
Bed Spreads
'��� ; ae While Quilts for ���"���,
and double bed, $1.26 ones for
$1.00;  $1.75  for $1.35;  $- 00  tor
V.- <i 75 values for $3.50;
$6 50 ..���: tea go now at $5 25;
'. .ilues,   large   12 1    sizes
tor If '.I
Table Napkin Specials
o   ���      18x18, $1.75 for $1 25
-,  Blzea tor |1 50
yds, Victoria Lawn,
at 8c
400
Sc
d ',".ny Apron I in ���"
��� and 15c, sale price
54,50 Carriage Rugs,
ai $1.75
���'mi 2  i
(3.50
lion .,���
i rugs, thoroughly wa
i proofed, rever - hi ���.
��� Igi a, sol i do ��� in i al
. i 50, balani e ��� I iarl   \
Tapcsiry Table Covers
nt Hall
"���:
Makeri'    samples,    dellvi twd
" ' fn i. hi  or duty  added,
;; big Bavlng in cost, a
w,l,!" range to select  rrom. al
half
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ii
Girls' Coals, 8 lo 14
years, $1.50
 I "ei   navy  or   jrej
ill   sizes   repre-
��� ��� final clearing now
��� so
S20 Winter Coals, SIO
nd    5 . and    dark
lien     . ild, stripe
itt : n -. i oats In all
sizes   ;; to  11, and not tv i of
a ���:���,.���      i he low price Is t i
e ���  :.   md the bi si
ere is the
Underskirts! Underskirts
22 ��� e     -..,.'.- n M i    I'n ler-
iring al 75c eacn.
Plve do en   ilai ���>  Sateen   l'n-
��� :��� iring al  $1.00.
Silk Waists ai $1.39
Made    from white    Jap  silk,
elj   tucked  volte and    front,
and ed valenclenne lace on
ei, l   cuffs.
15 doz. Waists, Clearing
ai $2.25
Besides silk, thew waists of
tencj French materials. Kcores
of black and cream mohair
panaruas, cashmeres; values up
bis official duties.
Besl 25c meal in ihe city at Kenny's
a :'l meal ticket for $l. **
\V.  li immond    returned    yesterday
.   Meltort,   Sask.,   whei,.   he   was
united in wedlock on Christmas Day.
-���'���      nd    Mrs, Hammond    will    n ake
futu     home in this city.
William '   original   singers   appear
���   ���   tornoi -,.,;.  night,    Seats on    sale
today *
The incre ised sali s on  the "B, C."
and "Old  .Spur:" cigars  in   1907 o\er
.  200,000. **
Ings, im details appear In this morning's  paper.
The Commercial, a  new hotel, h i
Jusi   b��sen opened at Abbotsford,   the
lessees being .Messrs, Blair and McBI-
roy. who have secured the premise.-! on
a three year lease al a rental of $100
a month. The license wa-- mam."! to
the new house on December 28, and
the opening of the new bar was cele-
brated in time honored style. T_e
partners expect to do a good business
for a long time to come, judging by
the success that attended their efforts
on the opening day.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
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TEL.   73-
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C
to
j i.nu and $4.50 at
,$2.1
195 doz. Cashmere Hose
Clearing at 25c & 35c
Heavy ribbed Wool cashmere.
narrow and wide ribbed for
and double km e tor chii-
Iren, In sizes 6 to 8; regular
. , . up to 50c for 35c, and up
I , ioc values (or 	
The      eath    oc< irr* el    on    Sunday
al tie' Royal Columbian hospital
ol  .hi aged man named Gunsley, who
��� en an Inmate of the hospital for
the pasl   ���'. ���
The   l ��� amshl i Cn irg; i, or tne i 'ana-
lian-_.iexie.au line, pulled up ihe river
lay   to  loa I   boxi s al   Brunette
mills.    The Georgia !:...- been unloading an i i oaling at Vani ouver.
Minsii'ei  songs  of  Dixie   1
be neurd at the   >pi ra 'a mse tomorrow
n  fhl *
W. S. Rogers, until lately connected
with the Wei erhauser Lumber i !o��� of
Evi rett, has bei n a ipointed manager
of t.ie i'laser River Sawmills Co., Ltd.,
i ice u . i'. been le, who ha - resigned
from I bal  posil lon.
Prospects for a victory by the local
senior football team are bright for
the match which is to take place at
Queen's park on New year's Day between the Thistles, of Vancouver, and
the Xew Westminster Rovers. Two
Of the Thistles best men. Cruickshanks and Hewitt, have recently
joined the Xanaimo senior team, and
no worthy sutistituti i have as yet
been found to fill their places, a circumstance which makes the locals aland wlll most certain of victory on Wednesday.
The xew Westminster team will be
picked from the following: Barbaree,
Clark, Herringshaw, Kirby. Leamy,
Cunningham, Turnbull, Fleming, A.
and G. Lumsden, Lockliart, Wateson,
Craig, Gibson, Christie and Lock. The
match is to take place in Queen's!
park, kick-off to be at 2:30 sharp. Admission 25c for gentlemen, ladies free.
j Prices Away Down on j
TURKEYS, GEESE and
DUCKS
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! Public Supply Stores
I Geo. Adams, Proprietor f
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All   kinds  of    pot-plants    and
dowers at Tidy's.   Phone A l^t.
cut
ett
Ai   a  special   meeting of  tae   board
of directors uf the   Royal  Columbian;
lhe   rugby  boys  are  training  hard   hospital   held  on  Saturday  afternoon,!
for ineir nexl clash with the Vancou-  tenders were received for the furnish-
ver intermediates, probably on New
Year's Day. Every evening during
the week the boys will be oul for a run
starting from the Bank of Montreal
boys' shack at 5:45.
Glad you enjoyed your Xmas dinner
at Kenny's. Just as good all year
round. **
A fat stock and spring stallion
show will be held in the drill hall.
Vancouver, early in March of next
year. J. M. Logan having teen iustru-
mental in securing the show for the
Terminal City next year. Previous
t<i 1908, this show had always been
held in .New West minster.
If you are
ny about it.
2 hits.
a hearty eater. S;>e Ken-
He can sat'sfy you for
. 2nC
1,000 yds, Embroidery,
worth up lo 20r,
at 10c yd.
Lace Curtains at 75c
Double .end single   .bordered,
and   3   yards,  coll.erl   edge.
, boughl iii the easl at the
good   $1.00   and
at, per pair .. ��� .'be
we I'i
trade   salt
���    Val   le
Sample Swiss Curtains,
up to $3, for $1
per sample
5 pair Tapestry
Covering
|V a durable duality, regular
J2.B0 values for, per yard..11.00
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T. H. SMITH
Mrs. Asa Gordon, who Is to take
I art In the evangelistic services to be
held In this city next week on bi half
nf Hi.' w C. T U. of Can Ida, Is due
to arrive In ibis city on Saturday. She
b ill be the guesl of pronitm nl members of the organization during her
stay In the city,
a recognized standard -A self Belling article- The B. ('. Cigars,        **
one nunc meeting of ine L907 council will be held to lake place on the
morning of Monday next, Al noon of
the same day the new council will assume its duties. II Is unlikely that
an.v business will be transacted at
this meeting, the regular business session being held in the evening.
A large addition is being built to
the east side of Ihe 11. C, Packliu
Cos cold storage plant. VV. A. Gilley
lias the contract, and yesterday the
pile driver was placed Jn position to
drive dolphins to support the steel
girders on which the structure will be |
raised. The use of steel for this work
is a new departure for this city.
On New Year's Day B series of indoor sports Will be held in the
armoury by the members of A and B
companies of the Sixth reglmem D. C.
I). It. The program arranged con-.
sists Of athletic events only. There '
will be no admission foe charged, aud
all interested are Invited to attend.
The program so far as can be given
at present Is as follow.s: Indoor baseball  match, six Innings, between the
ing of supplies to the hospital during
the coming year, the following being
awarded contracts: C. A. Welsh,
groceries; Edmonds Tea Co..
tea and coffee; U. S. Curtis, drugs;
Reichenbach Co., Ltd., beef, mutton
and other meats; ,). E. Fleger, milk;
W. E. Fales, funerals; Royal City Fish
Co., fish. Two local coal firms having
put in tenders for equal amounts, the
award was divided between Gilley
Bros, and Mayers & Preston. In the
case of bread, white and brown, no
award was made, the directors deciding to demand more complete particulars from the firms tendering before finally deciding. The members
present at the meeting when the tenders were opened were Messrs. James
Cunningham, Marshall Sinclair, .1. .1.
** Jones, James Johnston. H. T. Kirk
and Secretary W. H. Keary. None of
Hie lady members of the board were
present.
00 A MONTH
XMAS RUSH
i
is over���no doubt you are thank-.
ful.    So are we to   you    for your I
liberal patronage during the   year
and    particularly   during the pas;
few  weeks.      Our trade has hi en!
i
most gratifying tor the year 1907.;
We  take  this opportunity  to    ex-j
press our gratitude for your kind i _
jo
eo-o|>eration during  the   past and  ���<'
hope to be mutual friends for
years to come. Wishing you a happy New Year.
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.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
I THE NEW DRUG SM
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Has just received a consignment
of goods suitable for New
Year's Gifts        : : :
F.J.
Drun, Spectacle & Feed Store
F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa, In charge
of the Optical Department.
MacKenzie
Druggist
Phone 66.
P. O. Box 217   _
Dominion Trust Block.
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THE DAILV NEWS.
TUESDAY
Poetry With a Sting In ��t
On one occasion w hen \\'illij,m Hamilton Il.iyne was vlMiing Samuel Min-
tiim Peck at the lattof'a bome in Xiw-
kaloOM the two I����'ts stndled into the
woods nn<. paused to rest beneath the
shadows of the pines.
"Here are your favorite pines.
Iln.Mie"  snld  Peck.    "Lefi drenm a
few  poems beneutll  theiu."
The languid summer day had its effect on them, and they were soon snoring and dreaming away.
Hut suddenly Inith awoke and both
started down the home road at top
gpeed, shouting an they ran.
An army of yellow Jackets had discovered them, and, not being partial
to poetry, had forcibly and feeling);
resented its Intrusion on their domain.
Later, at rapper, Peck nsked:
"Did you make a poem, Ilayne?"
"No." wns the meek reply, "I made
n poultice?'
"So did I." said Peck.
Not a Slip of tha Tongue.
It ih danjrenms to pretend to knowledge one does not possess. A man of
little education was once a guest at a
dinner, during which u servant stum
bled so that a roast tongue fell from
the platter he was carrying. It was an
embarrassing moment, but the quick
witted host saved the day by remark
lng, "Never mind, gentlemen, It's only
a 'lapsus lingua.' " This caused much
laughter and applause, and Instead of
being spoiled the dinner was a great
success, The boor, wishing to shine as
n wit himself, nfcortly afterward gave
n dinner, to which none of those pres
ent at the first dinner were invited.
When the guests had been seated a
servant entered bearing a beef roast.
Just before reaching the table he
stumbled and fell. The host, leaping
to his feet, astonished the guests by
exclaiming, "Never mind, gentlemen,
It's only a 'lapsus lingua.' "���Kansas
City Ttmeay.	
In Ignorance.
"Your husband seems to have an exalted opinion of you," remarked the
bride's aunt. "He says you are his
right hand."
"Yes," rejoined the young wife, with
a sigh, "but he's one of those men who
never let their right hand know wkat
tlietr left hand _oea."
Double Screened Nut
Sfcvepip:
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
Special Prices
-FOR-
This Week
Pineapples, 3 tins for 25c
Selected    Eastern   Egyrs,
30c per doz.
White Star Baking Powder, 15c per tin. <
C- B.   Marmalade,   2 lb.
tins 25c.
Salmon, 5c per tin.
Blue Ribbon Tea, 35c lb.
Jelly Powders, 3 packages'
for 25c
A Good Thing is Sort to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple L***t
Label)
Is gaining tn fsvor every day.    Our output last yew was <louble the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of be?erages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
McQUARRIE   &   qJ
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial A
gents
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST
Dressing Gowns
I
and
House Jackets
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   . $ 6.00
deduced to 4.80
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   - 11.00
Reduced to 8.80
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   - 12.50
Reduced to 10.00
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   - 15.00
Reduced to 12.00
liouse Coats, regular price     -      ��� 4.00
Reduced to 2.00
House Coats, regular price     ���      ��� 7.00
Reduced to 5.60
liouse Coats, regular price      -      - 9.00
Reduced to 7.00
Now is the time
to select a New
Year's gift at
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
I
KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.   K.   WALKER, President. AU-.X.  LAJRD,  General  Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at tho following rates:
*���*' ll",, ""''��'���  :i cents
Over $:, ami mn exceeding $10  (j cents
Over $1(1 ami not exceeding $:J0 jo centH
Over $:io an.l not exceeding $r,o 15 rf,nta
These  orders  are PAYABLE  AT PAR at an.v office    In   Canada   of a
Chartered Bank  (Yukon  excepted), and at the principal banking points ln
the United Stales.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
T1IK CANADIAN  BANK  OK  COMMERCE, LONDON, HNO.
They form an excellent   method of remitting  small  sums  of  money with
safety ami at small cost
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC H-H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
��P
Phone 276      255 Front St.
Orders carefully   made up
and delivered   expeditiously.
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THE       DAILY       NEWS
ADVERTISE IX THE DAILY NEWS
vr     ADVEiiTisrc     im
��� IN' ���
THE       DAILY      NEWS
If VOL' Want a Situation.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lots 2, 2, 4. 6, 9, li', 12, I.':, it. I������
16, 17. 18, 1!'. 20, 28, 66, 71, 12. 7::. T-l
and 77 i t subdivision ���". in suburban
block 14, Sapperton; prices rangins
from $125 to $200.
t; room house on Hamilton street,
all  modern  Improvements-    One  lot
from car line; iot 60xi::2  l'rice $1400.
|600   cash, balance   in   monthly   i iaj
ments-
s room house, all modern Improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood Btreet
Sapperton- Price $2700. $i""o cash,
balance on time-
2]._ acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, lias been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 28 bearing fruit trees, all kind.-:, sufficient
lumlur to build good large barn, b-
ioom "nouse anil barn and large chicken bouse for a in mt 250 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram:
all fenced- Pric* $3500.. Terms $1500
cash, $1000 in April and $looo April
following, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 66xW2 ft, S. % of S, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
I.lock corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth streel 8Sxl32 only $800, a
splendid Investment.
Lot 20, block li facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $650.
160 acres less right of way about s
acres for railway; 26 acres stumped
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x2S. lean too 14x2S
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 an.l
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x.'i0; uniall milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, be-
tween Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new  house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
160 acres, less Z��� for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. Jl; all bottom land.
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
In acre* under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; ���"��� room house; barn 40x75,
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash. bal. to suit purchaser. One mil?
, from station on new car line.
1/it   22,   ..dock    B,    between     Mrs.
Hoffard a and Thomson bouse, Carnai
von street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres clean I
anl partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable, l'rice $16 per acre; $170'i
cash, balance to be arranged,
4'-'-. ACRES, Block 0. Lot No. 2, Dist.
Ixit 8; south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half cash.
2 LOTS, 132x132, N.-W. corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
Full Bia ; (.. , .
of  Regina   ��� J**\��**M
avenu. ,       ;- ^J
l-ioo;  hall 1;- fj
I    I.. tS      58x132
'
$1200
cash.
o
*l
2 HOUSES
Sapperton; ,    m^��>
"" l lot, fear,
shed and  i
''������"'     $1000 each
anc* < a
77.58   M
kltchei
.
i iii
-el.
.
'*'���'- ��,
Ploughed Wd cleared and Ik71
K * Sect. 5. $70 per acr, tJ; *|
ca*!,. one-third .:���,���,; *"Hfl
months. ' ��**ll
'   LOTS, 120x5;
4   lots cleared
"���AmJ
house. 175 chicken.; fenced. lMy
price $1500, $1000 cast).
r,
Lol
^  ACRES    ' "  50|l- Gtonnl
'"l!    '     ''       ' l,o��
roomed  in .
'< wtM
2 lots on Sth St. between   5th and  kitchen and tl ei    -.,-,,,.   **���
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x   ed;  conserve! ��� ",,,    ���
132;  Nos.  9  and  12.      Price $1000 for   heated  by  ; '"
both, balf cash, balance easy.
.. .     .   .
Block, corner of Auckland & lllli SI. and Koyal Ave., almosl an acre.
$2,500
bearing fru i
-
"I
lenl:
stock ready I ,   . .^
5 llru"    l( '��� '   ���'. -:o8B!
malning acn        I fenced
from school.    Prici  $30CC; hall J
bal. in 6 i ioi        it 7 i
: I
i i��t 88xi;
,,$800  cash,
enl
lit.
'���
���-.:���
.L.l:.'.
160  acres,  2 miles  from city.
$40 per acre
Two  lots on  18th  strwt, be-
tween  7th and Mb avenues.
��� < o at:
3 lots,  6,    ���. ;
cleared, up] er i
tween 1st and ...                  .^1
each.
4 I,o'IS, 2 lots .' .. . reetiJ
6th Avenue on \, 9
i'i & 38, full sizi Prl e $" too for ital
four, or $300 each; . ilf ;_i_
Do.ible tenet enl house, Iti inl
'} 1st and 2nd Sl I il Price $:.7tt;l
cash half and I a ' In 6 toe u_ _ii\
Id nts for $10 each 1
2 houses corner of Merriva] and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 81,|
lot 11; one house rents for $26, the
other $10; flush Closets and all connected with sewers Prii e $3,500.
fash $2,000, balance in 8, 12 an.l IV
months at 7 %. 40 acres -va section 14, N. KotJbfl
....       _*__���,��_,      ,       'of Tn. 2, about I miles from brttpfl
Lots  14  and   IC of  1 of C    of    4  Haw���rth roa(1   Sumy;   bow MS
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2 l^ storey tun:--.-. . rooms Suisteisl
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent- other 3 can be added upstairs; afl
shack;   1 ���>_���   acres cleared at. MM
Ijot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of with clover, red; (alrlj easllj cteanil
3, cleared.    Price $275; 1-2 cash, bul-   One  mile  from shingle mill    P��l
$1,200; .   terms  half rash. .iiMctll
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND 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%.
ance, e'months at 7 per cent.
9dx lots, 50xlf,0, outside city  limits
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars   on
enquiry.
months at 7  ',
Westerly 4, 11 of 63 Sui I
132x138 corner '������ I - ;.-'��� ;��|
houses drawing iy per u. nti Ifl
$5,000, half cash, balanc* in i aad8|
months.
House and cottage on Columbia st,
house rents for $25, pottage for $12.;
$5,000, easy terms.
27% aeres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comenclng to bear;
new house, 1 V6 storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Halance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2."00 cash, balance (i
and 12 months.
This property is only 14 mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with th��
property at a snap.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally  located in a OOmmm&ndlng
situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot   of
Fifth street
house. Te�� rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot ami
cold water, bath, tlush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lol
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,600 ca.sh, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scot! road, 16 acre?   a( HO each.
cleared;  ban, 615 x 30;  stables, etc.;      0m, an;I Wl>, '   J
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000 L^  8lze Ull ,,,,.    , rti side 1
cash, balance easv.
160 S.E. >t ot Section 26 Pitt J
10 acres,partly cleared   Kanaluaj|
Two and oue half-storey   running throuj.li; good road; iei>iti|
north   of   We ���   ������ >rner   fU.*l
mill ami P.0 al the ���> ' 1 :'' ;}|
ber worth $7 per at re 1 : it i>j_\
4 miles from Port Hans? P*l
$2,100; term- $l 100 ���'. -^-"c< *|
ranged.
Large lot and two cottagt   1 ;|
lumbia street, Sapperton.  Bo:t rent*|
Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Commur,
about 7u acres, only $2.". per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
Royal avenue and   orm -l|
F-treet;  9 rooms;  bath room, '���
cold  water, closet;   a \
bearlg   fruit trees;   street? 00 te*\
sides;   fine  view. 1
cash.
7 lots Nos. Sl to ^6 and 96, 96 faces
Ion 8th avenue, next to Ounns ranch.
,t lots cleared without a stump; small
: house,   chicken     house,     17:,    choice and 3rd Ave., s��   1       t from Qu*
chickens; horse  and  rig;  $1500 cash   Ave.;    52x122 feet; all clean
Lot facing 2nd SI , between Q'^'M
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in Mock, corner of llth Street ancl
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some ot the finest residential
sitefi in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street, (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an I
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 62 1-2x86, $450;
five lata, $400. Call at our office on
Proat street, and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres In sec. 82, Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Gotxl soli; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, li), 20, 21, face on 16th
stteet and Slh avenue; 2 corner lots
1250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
1950.  cash.    Single lots at  cash
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 8. Price
$500 for three or $175. each;  io cash
, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lol on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrtvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage  cu,   Vancouver  road, cornei
of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acre.
[age is selling fast at this price,
No. 808.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; \_
cash, balance .'! and C mos. at 7 '",.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes 8t,
J Price $4,000; terms V_ cash, balance
8 and 6 months at 7 </,..
alongside  and   bark      Prici   I - .
half cash, balance ��� asy ���'<' "'
160 acres Improved land, bulk |
and sheds comp e e near Clowr**.
all under cultivation. $15.00*. ��J"|
can handle this, don'l H ""''
bargain; terms can be arrange
WFor the above four proper*'^
special price will be nade
chaser.
House  80X42, 4th   St., between ��J|
and BtD Ave.;    2 single and 1 *��   1
bedrooms    upstairs,    ana ������
down stairs; parlor, dining room,
Full sized W ���'���"���
cben and  pantry.
Ash  St,
Price w
I No.   310.���9-roomed   House   ami
1     room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   u_
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 ",.
No.   312.���8-roomed   House  and   bath
room, Agnes  St.     Price $2,500;   \_
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
! acres  under  cultivation,  10 acres'or-
, ning  back  to n��u ������
hath j $1,500 ��as*. balance .it J.'"1' >
cash, e at 7 jier cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fin* n'f�� '
First nnil *'
prlre
I north side between
I streets,  No  6,  6 and 7.
each or $1100 for the throe.
dc ol "��<"'
Full slezed lot,
th
nc"'"' T 1 h%^
(Chard, % acre  strawberries  planted I Uton street between Sixth mm
j this year; alder bottom land; running j struts; $22-5.
spring; house IN x 22; frame barn 30      ���u ���    ,p,..,  road, f"1'"*
"  32;   M-pos,   frame house  a,,,.   , >     '.   HCre8  on ^'''A FEW  ^]i
Mine house  and   co# L. ,.,,,.
���tables, three In all. stable S cows and I $16�� ""  ""e    *     r Lt   l'��la"CC
I Bpan horses;   near Mission 17'Z    ^J'   ^VT'
BChoolS,    churches     near    ft|     hand;  ^ * **"' "
steamer lands twlco a day; about 100 I     1   .ot No. 24 on  I3th.
acres timber, flr nnd cedar, never been  side Of 4th avenue.   Price
logged;  $2,000   refused   for   standing1 L a.   BOt t��
timber; carriage house 10 x 24-  hen I    Ii,<K'k 12 ���� \ ,    *>600. <""''
house made of hewed timber Laid In S^ff Ti2 and tt mW*1"     ,,
mortar,  12 x 20.    A  chance of a life ^ D!>1   '        " .   ',  u  11. "J
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at fi     �� '���� 0fl�� X $    &<> <f *>
percent-      - - I52S:   __Z__i montbs tff*
gtreet ��&
1200 **
1��
thini
_
etieh, balance 6 mont fcAV
DEC    31.   1907.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Paoe SEVEN
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Noting Contest
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���***'** ^m^^^mMmmmm^^^^^^^a���m__\4_r___W*Ur,'.l  ____*_l_ *.
LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
ELEGANT   LIHKAKV  INCLUDING   125    VOLUMES    AND
,IE   CASK   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE
t      . :. e HUBCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESTMINSTER   SE-
ke !   THE   LARGEST    NUMBER   Ul-'   VOTES   IN  THE   FOL-
foy ING  MANNER:
!'.,..  merchants  listed   below  Will   give   with   each  10c   cash   pur-
,., one vote.
The contest  began  Aug.  23rd,  1907,    and  will  close    Jan.  23rd,
|, ���      it   7   P.   HI.
A ballot box ls placed in O. 8. Curtis  &  Co -   Irug  sl ire,   where
to  be deposited.
v the close of the contest the Lodge, Soclel     Cnurch or S ho I
ring   received   the   largest num n    ol  vt tei  ���:. II be awai led the
ftrary,
Current   accounts   when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
i: :,] er,  vote:-  can  tie secured by trading with  the firms list-
jd below,
Ubrarj   Is on exhibition at W. E. Pales' furniture Btore
U  y  c irtis will count, the rates
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   Nl.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
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I,:---    Haweis,     Photographer
RUSHTON  &  A. SPECK
I port ng  Goods. Gen.  Repairing
D.   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.    BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
West   End   Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.   CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
MOREY   &   CO.
Books and Stationery
0.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice    Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY    STABLES
S.   H.   Thompson.  Prop.
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REMOVAL =
On and after January 1st, you will find
us in our nav: premises with a complete
line of Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Varnisiies.
E. W. Cook
9
Dominion Trust Building
Front Street
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IFOR SALE.....
Pry Fir Wqpd in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
[deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS :
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333   |
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Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
Will   be   held  in Columbian College, .
commencing on Tuesday, November 5. j
For rates apply at the College. t
W. J. SIPPRELL,
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Principal   t
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C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEV/ WESTMINSTER
IManuractiiren  nnti Dealers in All Kind* ol
Lumber,   Lath,   ��H   .<-s   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and  Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMED ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
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THREE WEEKS HEME
CONTEST WILL END
The average tailor sho   : a .V..'
patterns at a price.    In
nT\ TS_ 4 j ��
Sl* _"A Tr <*ti. _-��   &l���'/'?-, f_ /��
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you have unrestricted choice of ALL that is
new and good and stylish. Tha most exacting man can easily he satisfied with such generous assortments as "Progress Brand" provides.
Suits and Overcoats to fit all men, and suit
all tastes.   Look for Label That Protects. 109
H.   L..   de BECK
Ni v.
rush  and
\V. K, (lil!.-;,���Tel. 122.      Offlce    Tel.   16
G.  E.   Gilley���Tel.   291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL    DLhLERS  IN'
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime. B. C. Pot
tery Vitrifiea Pipe, Drain Tile. Terra Cotta, etc.: Clayburn Presse-I,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick. Liverpool
Salt.   Forge  Coal, Common   Brok   Sand. Gravel and Crushed Rock
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
hESERVE        $11,000,000.00
}ranrKe8 throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in Lomloa, England.
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A 'Jen-
era! Banking Business Transacted.
setters of Credit issued, available witL correspondents in all part* of the
Worl i.
-.avings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per ceDL per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets  over  $168,000.000.00.
N'.w WE8TMINBTER BRANCH Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager
the  Christmas  holidays   Is  o er,    in-
tere I ia again being tal   :.   ���    tie \  1
lng  i onti -i   in   ( oi.m-i tlon  v i'i-     th
free library to be awarde I to th
ciety, church or public Instil
curing the greater number ot vot>-- In
Its  beffalf.    The ballot  box at  l>   3
Curtis' store is rapidly filling up, and
more  rotes are being polled  at    the
present time than had been tlie case
. for some time  past.    Votes are gil
by a number of city merchants with
every ten   cent   cash   purchase,  while
i tickets will also be given with every
current account when same is promptly met  by  customers.
The contest commenced on Augusi
23, anel will end on January 23, little
more than thre,- weeks from this date.
Insist upon getting voting coupons
with every |iui-(-h;is.-. and deposit these
on behalf of the Institution for w
i you are voting.    There is no knowing
j how many votes are being held hack
by parties working on thf opposite
sides.
Following is the present standing:
i Salvation Army    ; ;.",i
Queen's Av.  Methodist  church.. .1157
Columbian College     li"
I.  o. o.   I-'..  No. ::   L184
St.   Andrew's Sunday  sch . ,'.   ...   1383
K. <'r I'   725
Si.  Miary's ehureh        ti2
Public Library     280
High   School    1656
St-  Barnabas Sunday school   2367
A. P. & A. M    .86
Jail        12
Royal Columbian hospital   77 15
\\b E. Methodist ehureh     65
. Penitentiary      613
St. Paul's R. E. church      750
, Olivet. Baptist church     53
, St.   Peter's   cathedra!     85
Woodmen of the World      160
I. O.  F    277
Holy  Trinity    4107
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, G:s and Hat Water fitters, Etc.
Repairs 'ef all kin Is Riven special at-
I tention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A 377
Front St. New Westminster
ADVERTISE      "SS
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
If  You   WANT   HELP.
New  Year's   N:ght
JANUARY 1, 1905
I
AWlutely    PUREI
Williams' Original  Dixe Jub fse
Singers
Every one a star.
Male and female quartette presents
a selection of songs which vary i/bnn
grand opera to negro plantation ani
boat medolies.
This company appeared here Usf
season, scoring a triumphant success.
Now it is bigger and better than before.
Seats on sale today at Rya'I's.
Prices $1, 75c, 50c and 25c.
flPERA=HOUSE
Unequalled Vaudeville
ALL WEtK 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 and
| Thursdays. Deors open, Matinees at
2.30; nights at 7.'eei.
MULLALY   SISTERS ���Kiflnel     Siag
ers and dancers.
C.  S.   Coulsone���Blackface  comedian.
The Great Hermanns���Magic ami Hindoo mysteries.
Dunkan & Co.���Comedy Sketch.
That  Other Quartette���Refined   vocalists.
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, 35c, 25c, 15c, and 10c.
New  programme and  people  week
of December 30th with an addition o_
moving pictures and illustrated songs.
Ea<'h succeeding week will see added improvements.
Come at any time, stay as long a3
1 you like.    If suited tell your friends;
if not tell us.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
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IS THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED   BY   THE
Easterbrook  Milling Co.
OF EBURNE
A lady should never forget to say���
PER IA
-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
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
We have Unexcelled  Pastrv Flour
Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for   Terminal,   and   see that you get it.
Feed  of   all   Kinds.      Hay
The Easterbrooke Milling Co.
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McQUARRIE   &   CO.  Local Agents.
112 Front Street.
ONE NiGHT ONLY
FRIDAY, JANUARY, 3rd.
Henry    B.   Harris,
Manager of "The Lion 'and the Mouse"
Company announce
The Favorite American Actor
RALPH   STUART
���IN���
The Great College Play
STRONGHEART
(By  William   C.   De   Mille)
"In all the world no show like tho."
The greatest theatrical achievement
of modern times.
Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
I
TAKK NOTICE tliat application Ik.3
'..eon made to register Margaret Dot-
bie as tha owner In I'e,- Simple, undT
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
to Margaret Dobbie, bearing date the
1st day of December, A. D. 1902, of
all .and singula? that (ertain parcel or
tract of land and pr.nvses siluate. lying and being in ihe District of X- w
Westminster, in the Province oT British Colum la,more particularly known,
and described as Lots 18 to 25, inclusive. BlocK i, being parts of southwest of Section 2, Township 16.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the flrst publication of this
notice upon you, otherwise I shall
reegister Margaret Dobbie as owner
thereof ln fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this uotice for one
month ln a daily newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
and  sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry offlc9
N'ew Westminster, Province of British Columbia, tills 29th day of August.
A. D. 1907.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Benjamin Douglas, ,Esq.
I
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"W
I '- m.
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
HE      DAILY      NEWS
If YOU Need Anything. ll
���t- -
fi
)>AOB EIGHT
THE  DAILY, NEWS.
TUESDAy
FOR
NEW YEARS
GIFTS
TRY
MOREY'S
Plenty pretty things still in stock
at
M0REV5
217-219 Colrabia St.
J<* Printing
Latest type faces,   new machinery,
aew stationary.    Send us your next
order.    Satisfaction  guaranteed.
Mail orders solicited-
The Arrow Press
Mrs. Domlny, Prep.
Windsor Hotel Block
Bowell & Oddy
a- THI
cfNM mi market
PHONE B 284
W
Choice Meats and Chlekent always
on hand.
Corner Eigfcth St. and   Fifth Avenue '
Fresh
Supply for
Your
New Year's l
Dinner
Cranberries   for your
Turkey, local and
eastern.
Plum Pudding
Mince Meat
Table Raisins
Jap Oranges 60c
3 pounds of Mixed Nuts
for 50c.
CA.W&SH
The People's Grocer
For BreeJcfut-uie WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.     It  gives ���
defacKHM piquancy to the eggt and
rofis.   Never gritty.
ISO
THE DYING YEAR.
CUTLERY
King out. wild bells, to tht- wild sky.
The flying cloud, the frosty light.
The year is dying fn the night;
Itlng out, wild bolls, and lot bim die.
King out the old, ring in the now;
Ring happy l>ells across the suow;
The year is going, let him go;
King out the false, ring in the true.
Ring out the grief that saps the mind,
For those that bore we see no more;
Ring out the feud of rich and poor,
Ring In redress to all mankind.
Ring out a slowly dying cause,
And ancient forms of party strife;
Ring in the nobler modes of life.
With sweeter manners, purer laws.
Ring out tbe want, tbe care, tbe sin,
The faithless coldness of the times;
Ring out,   ring out,  my   mournful
rhymes,
But ring the fuller minstrel in.
Ring out   false   pride  in   place   and
blood,
The civic slander and the spfte:
Ring in the love of truth and right.
Ring in the common love of good.
Ring out old shapes of foul disease;
Ring out the narrowing lust of gold;
Ring out the thousand wars of old.
Ring in the thousand years of j>eace.
I Ring in the valiant man and free,
The larger heart, the kindlier hand;
Ring out the darkness of tho land,
I Ring in the Christ that Is to be.
���Tennyson.
rw KITCHEN ECONOMY
*^      AMD
.C009MKOT6
u>c rMe
PRCMIER
TRCAJURe
ffEELRAHCe
We consider this
the best  value
of any
RANGE
in the market.
ANDERSON
_f LUSBY
Columbia   St,     New   Westminster,  B-  C.
FOOTBALL ON THE STAGE
IS SEEN IN "STRONGHEART*
A splendid selection of newly
Imported foods from the
Celebrated Sheffield Makers
I
BRYSOIN & SONS
Sole Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St      .....
Tel. 65
Pickard   China
Call and examine our stock of the Pickard China. We _xe Sole J'
Agents for the Pickard Hand Painted CHINA In New We��tmlnster. �����
Every piece guaranteed hand-painted. Also a line of the lest o
Limoges. China.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, *"�� *����'"
*      Agent Hamilton Watches
Ralph Stuart will be sen here on
Friday in the latest success, "Strong-
heart, ���' a comedy drama by William
C. de Mllle, with its scenes laid at
Columbia university. Th author fcas
provlded for Mr. Stuart the unconventional role of a collegobred Indian and
in its portrayal this popular star has
added materially to his artistic repute.
A football game furnishes an exciting
and dramatic episode in this comedy
drama which Is certain to rank as the
most unusual of stage offerings.
''Strongheart" acquired wide popU-
larity last season at the Hudson
theatre, Xew York, and at tho Park
theatre, Boston, and recently played a
return engagement in New York at
the Savoy theatre to undiminished
popularity.
San Francisco, Dec. 30.���Shortly after 12 o'clock today westbound passon-
j ger train No. 3 left tho track at Floi is-
i ton and rolled into rhe Truckee river.
Several people were killed, but the
number Is not known. A call was sent
to Sacremonto lo doctors.
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
Serviceable
Underwear
Any little cold snap makes the need
of warm underwear apparenl
in Ripplylng ;><>ui n^t'd1- remembe.
that our underwear department mi[.-
pliea any ;ind all of the wanttvl lines
of women's and misses' and children's
untUrge&rments.
We mention a few special linos
here.    Ask for ihem  In  the r^ad^-to
wear section.
Women's  Wool   Combinations���All .sizes  .. ....
 I'-Xttt
Children's Wool Combinations���All sizes  .. Iioo-
Children's Sleeping Suite���E.xcb	
Children's Roeben's Vests��� E*cfc
Infant's Bends��� Kach 	
Plush Slip Waists���All sizes, each
Women's Union or Heavy Cotton Vsata   Kiel,
All Wool Vests���Karh
W. S. COLLISTER & C
247 Columbia Street,
New WeihiJffli;.��,��
_$tM
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1-3 orr
OLIDAY G<
Until the end of the year
ALL HOLIDAY GOODSf
m
IT PAYS US TO LOSE In order to clear them *4tt$mm\
��    the   room.
IT PAYS VOU TO SAVE on sny article you iti r�� tat thi i
.'���'    opportunity  of  getting   before Xmas.
A SECRET���the beet things In the store did -ct if   cc-v,r|
and see ue.
J J. MACKAY fifCO.
m
BMSELIfB      STUNNERS      NEWS DEALEK
i fl B fl OH a MHI<M>#.t��<MaMWM>��<M.^MMM>l#<l 0 MUM W{_._.!_
NOTICE.
New Bakery Cook's
H. C MARK & SONS
BAKERS and CONFECTIONERS
FACTO^Y-^-Cor.   Fourth   avenue and
Second  -street.
STOHK���Sixth street, next Columbian
and near the Post Offlce.
Have you tried our bread, currant)
buns, Christmas cake, Scotch short J
bread; tbey are choice.
Pbcne mS9,wiil bring our delivery
ri^p promptly.
J. HENLEY
""Sfc-hnfacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office. Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   ������  C.
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
A masquerade ball given by the
members of the Scandinavian colony
in the Eagles' hall yesterday evening
was largely attended. The gathering
did not break up until well Into the
small hours of thc morning.
WE HEREBY NOTIFY THE 1��UB-
lic that after this date all orders for
wood will have to be accompanied ky
CASH.
(Signed)    BELYEA & CO.
LOUIS WILLIAMS.
WILBER   SMITH.
Deoember B, 1907.
Wind up Xew Year's festivities by
attending the minstrel performance
at the opera house. Songs and new
jokes galore. *
_____ i
The Best of Everything!
Good to Eat
Get Established
Buy a home now that will net a profit of $500 or JOW   Wh IU
Just such a proposition.    New House on Fifth arenas, 1 oon.- SOW
ern.    Two lots each 66x13.! feet.   You can Mil one of thew     I
|660.    All we ask is |_!70O for this property.   Good terms loc   W
into it.
DOMINION TRUST WI
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANT|
A, KENNY'S CafJCOAL! COAL
facial, scalp, or body tre,atmeats given
In your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A If:.!).
THE
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
DAILY
*Ct
NEWS
Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
Cars  for Vancouver and    way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
("ars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and pity limits over the
citj line.
City  Line:    Ca-s leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min- . I
utes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 0:20 a. tn.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past an.l fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 0:30
a. m.
Sunday Service   hair-ncuily be-
tween 8.30 a.m. ami 11 p.m.
British Columbia _~l*?tztr\c Ry. Co., Ltd
,*i.'J'eH*'����'��H'NI����t*��'����Wt��lU*��>4iiJ..-'e... v��i > ���.-*����<��� m*a^^t,A
You Missed That
2 1-2 acre snap advertized in yesterday's
paper.
The wise man from
the East got it.
Watch for the next
one after New Year's.
RJ.Hart&Co.
LIMITED
New Westminster. Chiiliwack.
Vancouver,
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS _f PRESTO^
P. O. Box  345
OFFICE: FBOHT STUEET, FOOT ef SIXTH. - ��� JEME!*
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HERE IS YOUR
CHANCE
re is your chance to star!  the n*w year rigoi, "��� j,.-, f, ��
���<1 cottage on Third Btreet for *900, *2.r.o cash, baia ���
He
roomi
month,
! P. PEEBLES \%
Phone
t 270 Columbia Sl.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      ^^
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