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 Pite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
LEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
MUMBKR      299
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ite, Shiles & Co
C 28 1907 J REAL ESTATE
260/oLumbia St. Phone 85
N'EW  WESTMINSTER,   H.  C,   WEI DAY    MORNING,    DECEMBER 25. 1907.
**a_i���.      v  CENTS PER  WEEK.
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SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS
WAS RIFE YESTERDAY
I
CROWD    IMEUED    WITH    FESTIVE
What JYule Has Done For
Christmas
BIG DITCH READY
EOR OPERATIONS
PIPES   SHIPPED   FROM   THIS  CITY
SENTIMENT
BUSY TIME.
SHOPPED     LATE-
USED    IN    vVORK
MILE   DITCH.
ON    TWELVE
no Christmas.   Trie Sun r se and se
Han   was, a.  kxtoW, when there was| evei  green,  which  held In   them  the  history   of  Yule,   a new   idea  comes j
spirit ot  Life arid  Fruitfulness  from | rippling  through    the    ancienl   ms-I 	
one summer to ano*Inr. ton_3   of   the   world,   the   last  Blood j
We  see  the  egreal   bonfire  lieghting| Sacrifice   they   say   has   been   made,      Dawson,    Dtc.    24.���Th*
up  the  feasting   crowds   who  stimu-   never more need the earth be stained Ueims   have   begun   putting
hort days followed the long day.--.
.. !    trong an l   waned   to
Guggen-
on   men
All    ���    . . i .     and  up a late  hour
last i  ti d   :     ' ���
.    ...,    were  oblh i ons oi ine j^eau��i *���"���! iated a summer wmcn was gone anu | wuu  iuo me  cutout ui  i.luo uu��,j hau],ng    Bllpplles   ���..    flnUhIng    the
lawn till n.   rl I     ved half its life ere evei   might never return if the right songs   never   again   need   the   fiaitaJ   sitckle   T    j    MH     ,|iu.h     uhi..h    conveyg
midnighi   witl Querulou     thi      ���       ���    ol   Goodwill and   Peace   were not    ung   and   the  righi   deeds | doom its owner to a needless death
C the grea     '  Em-   ]lt,.;i  a summer  which  was gone anl   wiih  the life   current of   little  ones,
Por  all   time   the   final   sai rifice  has
Twelve-Mile rive  ���   ��� r the hills sixty
closer   i'i      ��� among them j been made.    Odm. Mithra and Apollo   miles to Bonanza and El .oralo creeks
\s-
Babe.
for  hvdraulic  mining.    Two thousand
., |                              :|,   lil,.  ,,           ,        ,. |    ......      star-studded   rault done.
;,          :.       :,_;    followed      o      .      Pali    In      ind   in   the  sue< ��� eding Lookin
I                                              It was no   on December the one  wh    li        a             ted, to  whom   are conque    I
,,    :l    wa    celebrated. he   ���     of evi                  glvetn.   He is      One thousand    nine    hundred and   mer with six steam shovels.  A heavy
InJanua       Vpril an    da          earlj ed that th       imme    may come  seven years have passed and still we announces, will be engaged next sum-
.   ,            ,                   a . again and thi   trike ma:   nol  die.    It | have   the   holly,   thi    '��� < e   log,   the   mer with six steam hsovels    A heavy
lie f if I          ��� ivas   'nis   sickle   t bii h   cul   the   lasi
lha, ,e.            .                               ... . des    of     the     harvesl     an I     i:.
Deo              I e ...            i                                        e of
0f i i under tbe Sa  red   M
i ben m n  fii  11 Into whil h tho spi dead < a:.
e, in what
Somi ; ���
..       . - ':
meval d earth, it i th-ii a
I  , ... ��� .i offered   .
..
l held
.    a, lin '
t   mass,    and j-and not thi oints to an anUqui
iid . ich   i     ��� ' ���
Winl and All shoul      ���      i ipy in the b ne-   compared with the win do
"ii   i retu
���
.. the night
endeavo    I
in    resulted
e.   Small
ll
���
aye     cell
feasting,   and   the   lights.     Yule   was force will  be engag d In April finish-
too old quite to die, but i: is a purged Ing the pipe lines. Twn dredges also
and   clarified   Yule  which   now   joins will bi   finished, ma Q|   seven di
hands with Christmas.    The mysteri- the company has In cai ip
ous ua,               ".itii the fatal sign       Several electrical lil" conv yors  In
is now good  Sa nl   Nichol s, the gifl lieu of hyd aulic i cyors will be ln-
sbowerer���never s en   bei msi   he  is stalled  on  Bonanza cr ���          Thomas
��� .i bu     doing i ood.                                   s the i       bai
mirth of am lenl   days m,ule  aud annoi   .
givi n   place  to   the   duty of the th ��� plans.
.. ,, of   Sm lin - actice       r e c
  on Day of Days.   Tiie wil I fea
lesired,  i the! and   the which   hoi ling
IK!      "I'     'll  I
������-...   private
I   when   the   Indiv el ial
al   followed re Is n  for them   claims ild an   now jobbed  on
in the desire that  All    bould be fi i   the curb, bui  these an   Insignifli
with      the      nia''Kei;i!e!
1
c a-       Aero
/can heart                                           ���   throng com                              cen            ,              tar whi Uglowed      The Guggenheims plan to work th
. rij,                                               to ciento eels ol   where th,   Child  lav. and  which has  placeri  continually,
Odin, i Rome the darki n     iit  the wi rid with  its ra liance.   investment
���il.u!     \   olio" i    the    Dies   Natalis       It  was  cn  Christmas   Day  that  the   product.
��� .e-   Solis   Invicti,  thi   birth li in-   Star led the wise men to the Child, it
ered   Sun Bui                                  is on Christmas Day that  little Chiid-
a check, a change in the long   ren now lead us to the Stars.
All  ti.
I
SUNDAY CLOSING
LAW OBJECTED TO
ui.I  cavi
EMIGRATION HELM
IN JAPANESE HOUSE
WLLL DlGGfiRS FIND
STRATUM Of RUBBER
CHINESE OFFICERS
MIIKDEKED OFFICERS
SURVEY OE NORTHERN
REGIONS !S PROPOSED
SPOKANE     SALOONS     RALLY    TO
FIGHT      SUNDAY      OBSERVANCE
,. .    .--..   The J i am si   diet
LAV.'���SLOT machines barred   u ,.     .        ���  tomorrow for its twenty-
,  fourth .-'s.o'.t. and the nam'-:' oi ex-
nvnir!}   grave   questions   which   will
confront  it promisi   to make the session oni  of unusual Importani e.   The
.    . ared   to   vigorously
. lose tli" budgel formally dcei led
upon bj the Impi rial council a few
ia o, end    which    contemplates
i th   publii   es
PECULIAR     FORMATION      DISCOV-
Spokam .Dec,   14.     \ petition signed
.   aboul two hundred prominenl busl-
feus ..a. I   a;e a of til" Cil t
. :     daj ask-
,'i.- thai '���'���'���ince
- ���   -o a
Vladivostok,    lee.    24.���News   iins
come In here of the mutiny, a  fori
ERED AT TACOMA���vegetable   Qlg]l1 .,,.,, ,,; _ detachment of Chinese
FORMATION  PUZZLED   DIGGERS,   soldiers    near    Allium,  on the  Amir
I
  ' river in  Manchuria.    Thr m b  mur
do rod their officers and started on a
Tai -e i_a,  I'<������.���.    I.-   Commissioner of
march in the direction of Tstisinkhar,
Public Work     Owen    Wood believes  pillaging villages and robbing Chinese
has    een thing akin to an and Russian caravan3on their way. A
force of 500 cavalrj m- n, together wit
\
it favoi
e  ..    '
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/
/
���y-
-yi
A
i ,     ���.      i.h'
h has ca
one hundred Is o
11
open  Sun
...:.: e thai
.
it li r  this city
il,,., ihi... will resorl to the
e tlie n          ,'1"sl>
,.  ., o ird to
stores on
. a  - lol
���
a  Cil ani:.
i
end! are.
The  e ul tral lon      ���  Hou i   ���
ibati       i   !
at
i   , .        . . on to proi H
ie dlel       iin      oul     i th     well i     ���     I  tin es to  in-
, ,   the Cormatii        r      tai b,
India rubber tn e fori st buried 2t ��� to
i fei bel ew tbe    irfa i   ol the eearth
on the   wide   - ren li   of   prairie  land
iout a ol  _ ai on
The fori e ol ni n v, ho are boring
the l.uOO fool ' " the citj ba ��� e
i iin into this ru ier-like I ra um of
earth,  ind   ...  coun I      gone
CAPTAIN BERNIER MAY EXPLORE
ARCTIC LANDS ON BEHALF OF
DOMINION GOVERNMENT.
News has reached here trom Ottawa
that the Dominion Oovernmi nl has
under consideration the advisability
of dees patching a large i \, edition of
surveyors nexl summer Io the Arete
regions  for the purpose ol   making a
some  artillery,  were senl   In  pursuit,   detailed survej ot the vat ous Islam
and yesterday mei the mutineers, who
numbered BOO mi n, and engaged tie m
near   Morgehen.    T e  i ni ounl ?r was
not  tiii.ai. however, for Ihe In sui
continued  toward  Tstslnkhar bj   an
other route.
s  s im]    iied    s
...   mud,   s black in col       ud of ih
lateni    of gluey i ubbi r ��� efore I
���    ten      ��� -i ���    o
EXPLOSION   WRECKS  HOUSES
WITH   A   LOSS  OF  $50,000
.  -
> e oi iii   n   H |j]   ,,,,.,,,,,  w id,   about  an   ��� |
ol over thei    [ ,   ,,���, ,,,    , , |   , ,   ier, and it i   a
in   the   An i Ic   at cliI|ielaego  on   which
i be Bril i ih flag \    - Pormallj planted
last year bj   i'.\-.,:. Bern       tl    Can i
i.i   explon i.
Tin1   Idi  l ls   to    .. I'1   l bl Be   1'iilar   |(
glon    In deta I.    ' ince I liis la il< sha I
have   ��� ��� ��� '    . ie ;   ���  ��� a      !
thai     md ��� witl
i.in. .     i  il  us   will  c  a bave
asp e    'i    ������.'.'     what it   re
.1 ,i. ,i .     i    rttot)   audi r  I he      \ ���
.: ir    ol thi   Dominion.
. ng    "i     ,    ���
i i lanada,
LJniti d
operation :i iil!l ln    "' '  hard task to p i lo throu
tl awa.   lil .   Dec   21.     Vs   a
o ii icplo Ion eei' .;.. namite here to
il\v, upward a of a de. sen hous s we
rii.  . iai ii ol Canada tot    se uot
i h > do in an
. .1  a enl glass  wn
more iiiuii flftj   home
sons  were Injured,   bu
Tho propet     loi    will 	
The dynamite a ed for it
Corelesa   Pear   tlie   Latest.
. . ologlcal ex-
CUI   it.
For wei ks it hn i       spair
ol   the   ��ell   io..;       ������      the      it
would      arcel     i     ;     an    mpn       -     ,M ,n    quanl Itiefl    In
ajion It, and kopi cl i   "���   .   a I      sewer.
mission, r bellevi    ll   a       ,���.,-. 	
'   ' '��� �� ;   i,:"'' ' able  formation  i iglo.-l  with  sill
i nited Stati Cane      will   m h) (|   ,H(V]|  ^ .   , .  pre-
Ited   to  I   ii e    fe va ami  Wgtorl( ,,. L u!li,., i was oo\
- and corel      ,'"    ered through i ie i i' I
r�� centi     '        ���' " ' vlberl   '���  Ma"  al; sm   by  the  gravi i   and s.md  i un
son   an orchidarlst,   operat n      ot tit    [w8lug  I||(i  , . (| |(
.    ikane,   ���   ���-      "';-   trees,	
. .... ,.. ,. j . | [ed   : 10 ,��� mnd i of fruit,
��� ired
ei a Islands, es
nl  :i
unbrol en  chain  from    ,:       no
n    fa all . ,
portion of the i out   i n        the N r,h
��
Peking,   Dec.   2',    Th    throna   has
��� , rde  . to i lee ministry of the
crioi   i"d tho ministry of justla  to
io  the exlstini   regulations,   1
, i; a���e to the greal growth ....   '���'   �� "."���   .' '���'
...
(   ,.   ,   ;|:,. 0f me size of the Baa-t- crowded  al
. in the Empire, t
ations .nal the agital on for
Pole, is i ��� ", i: iled aa ��� ���<
to the i . n> Iples ������   lul et national l |W
According to tl ation reci
hi  . . i iie- details o mrvi    will be
arran     ! i lenet al Dei   le
They   Blackmailed   Hitchcock. li  is expected lhal  the surveyors will
New    YmK.    |). |.    24.    iliinio    c.   be occupied  In  (be north    for    foui
o brother of tSlale  Voeclt     on   steam   \ belief expedition wil! hi ,i
wlios..   behalf  clwrgea  were  broughl   patched to the north everj suinnu . -,".
agialnsl   Raymond   Hitchewck,  the ac-  ordCT to    ring  supplies  and    secuie
tor,  pleniiii  guiltj to in Indictment tbe    necisssurj    bo .      ,-     al    ., ta
alleging extortion before Judge Rosal-  Musi of the nam     aire ���        \  a t'i
The dilTereni schools In-th< Bu nabj   sky loiiay. and was remanded toif sent-  islands up  thou,  have aln   .Iy    b eft
art of the Northwest. | municipality    are     aid   to  Bl   over* mice tomorrow.   Voecks ls accused of ctmflrmad by the Dominion Q��6gPaph'
lie  leresoa;    tim,-,    anl   obtaining $l,ono   iToin   iiitehcnck   ior   ical  Board.    A number of British Go
to   rei' oo
imjier publicity,
...    ,,   .i. ..
i   :   of a  deep  ' el of
flavor.
ml  delicate  larger buildings will hav.- to be
vieled  in the near future,
pro-  keeeping quiet concerning the chargca  lumbia surveyors Intend to apply for
brought .'.ifcainst  the actor. positions  with tho  survey   party.   .
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Advertiseme;^?
FOUND   STRING     OP      --. ������'���.'..
with pear] heart h i;.-
ply The Ni ��s.
CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS
Will BUILD HOME
NOTICE
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MILLIO J OOLLmR institution
TO BE ERECTED AT BOSTON-
MRS.   EDDY   INTERESTED.
f-'OR   SALE���2    STORIED HOI Sl
on i oraer lot, Carnarvon Bti ���
1   ..   ooms     ath, fui nace, sl
a    Pric< $5,500.   Apply Z., P. O.
Box 693-
FOI ND   OLD BUNDLE COW.   iF
not called for In two weeks, will
Lo defray expensi s.   A  Mackvay
Burnaby  Lake.
FOR  SALE���ONE  I QNK  ft W AG
nails Standar I  I ...'.unary    Subscription  edition.  Apply, Daily N ws,
GtBL W W'TKI)   IX     FAMILY   OF
,two, Apply first house below con-
rent, west  side Of Albert CreMent.
Sl.-
l\ Till: M '.T'i':���::: of the  Railway
I In of the Vii
dual   Rajiv. ���      and Fi pry  Com���
: . thi   '������ r, Victoria and
ti rn Railv aj an 1 N i Com
panj.
NOTK IE 1      ere      -iv, n    thai  an
b awe,.ii
the  above  named .Companies   providing for tie- i.  the Victoria Terminal Railway and Ferrj C unpany of
the "third section of tbe undertaking"
of such Company and also of all that
line of railway , listing from a point
today    correspondence  on tbe Hue of the said "third section
between Mary Baki r G   Eddy an i _e of the undertaking" near Mud Bay, in
editor of the denominational  publics- a general  south-easterly  direction  to
tions in which .Mrs. Bddj   wrote:          a point on the Internationa] boundary
"1 desire to commence Immediatel.   line at Blaine, and all lands privil-
to found a  Christian  Science inst it n-  eges, easements, fixtures, goods, real
tlon for the special benefit of the poor and personal property use! or enjoy-
and the general good of all mankind,  eel or Intended for the use and enjoy-
The founding and endowmenl of this  ment of the said  lines of railway or
e ntion will ens-  al  leasl   $1,000..  either of them to the Vancouver, Vic-
' ���   The editor is at Concord, Mrs.  toria and Eastern Railway and Navi-
Eddy having summoned him then   I     ;atlon Company:
give tn him detail.- of the ; :
.' ,    .: I     A   i
Insti
000,000 and io   e devol     spec! illy to
helping the poor, is the ! ttesi j- ���
of the Christian Science movement.
The christian Sci< nce weekly Sen i-
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.  PIGEONS FOR SALE-   AP
ply    p.  o.  Box 537,  Xew Wi o
nin ter.
JAPANESE      BOY      ATTENDING
work with '2-ni I f tm
i return I      room
Box 5 15, cil v.
J
APANE!
era
shin,
LADIES   WANT   GEN
housework    for   month, or
es by the day.   Apply to
S. Matsuniura. P. O. Box 296, city.
POSITION   WANTED
ing    housekeeper;
Apply at Xews office.
AS  WORK-
gO'id    cook.
LOST    A     SMALL
slit in  left ear.
f::-e ami g< t  reward.
JERSEY COW
Notify this of-
Suit   Follows   Non-sal*.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov 'ill    A suit I n
 0 I:,,, been I i
In thi   < tViicox, t i. : ;
Compan.     corporation i   |     the
. fi Mathews Co., Limited, cor
lon. The plaintiff allegi s it owm d
1IT7I acres ee:' I md in S il w
that mi October I, 1906 the par i s
made a contracl by which th li
ant agreed to sell all the land within
thirteen months. All the land except
two sections wer i to n< - ilntiffs
a minimum price of $13 an acre. None
of the land was so sold, according to
the complaint and none of il is worth.1
more than  "a an acre al  Lh   pi    e it
time.
LOST���GREENISH COLORED   OV-
ercoat on  Saturday night.    Re
war.!.    Kinder return to Central bote!.
*-- between Post office and Morey's
lady's Dresden silk bag. containing
fancy worked linen centiv piece. Return to Xews office.
I" ARGE FROXT ROOM FOR RENT
-" after January.1st. Corner 4th
Ave. and 6th street. All conveniences.
Fortune for Merchant Tailor.
Tacoma. Dec. 24.���F. L. Heywood, of
the firm of Heywood & Sufecool. merchant tailors, lias received a letter
from his mother in Toronto. Canada,,,
notifying him of the death of his
greaf uncle, Richard Heywood, a retired    hanker,    of    Harford,    ran.: l.i.
leaving an  estate  valued at   $250,	
of which tii.-, grand nephew, Fred rick 0n hand
L.  Heywood, receives aboul  $180,000
the n mainder going to other relatives ' f
AXD NOTICE is also HEREBY further given thai a duplicate of sneli agreemenl has
been filed in the offlce of tli" Provm-
(i.'.l s cretary and that an application
will be made for the assent of the
o -Govi mor ln-Couni il to the
sal I o o n( thirty days after t'.e
first pu Hi ation hen of ln the British
Colum ia Gaz tl
Dated  this 19th  daj  of NoveinDer
1907.
JAMES JEFFREY,
Secretary Victoria  Terminal  Railway and  Ferry Company.
A. II. MacNEILL,
Secretary of   thc Vancouver,  Vic
toria  and   Eastern    Railway    and
Navigation  Company
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
SL
We extend to every
inhabitant of our fair
City, and to a I!
.   i
GREETINGS
May your   Christmas
be indeed merry    .    .
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PHONE b 284
Morey's
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Columbia Street,
New Westminster, B. C.
Choice   Meats  and  Chickens   always : r���
V| 7RSE DISENGAGED
-*���'   address    Daily
P. O. Box 693.
Eighth St.
^	
and    Fifth Avenue
Apply  for
Xews   office',   or
Wfor single gentleman.   Reply by
ANTED���BED
letter to  A.
Box  693.
SITTING
Dailv   News,
ROOM
P,   O.
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BELATED BUYERS
TtnNTED���BY ONE OF THE OLD-
��� est established Engiisli Fire Insurance Companies (Board), a resident agent, in New Westminster. Apply by letter to "Insurance," P. O.
Box 371, Vancouver, B. C.
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wi_i   exercise   their   wisdom   by
stock  Is   unquestionably the
coming direel to the eater* wbrre i_
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\IT ANTED���BY A YOUNG GEN-
*�� tleman, furnished bedroom
with private family. Address W���
care ef Daily  Xews office-
Srandard of Excellence     I
WANTED���YOUNG LADY, JUST
left school preferred, to take
care of office. Apply D. C, Daily
Xews office.
WANTED���POSITION    AS    FIRE
fllkn or warehouseman in west.
Aci<iri.s.s the Xews.
w^
Xews.
AXTED���POSITIOX  AS  PRESS-
an  or helper.     Address The
When buying at this store1 yin dn not need to ponder *s to che
quality. If Its ai TURK'S a-rf Ec le you kuow its good���!<>��rviM..ilv
does.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches  from  $12.75 uy.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, opea
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Sliver Watches, double
case, $7.50 op.
Agent for tbe celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition    e\ll warranted
Chains, Rings, Jewplry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing: cnarges reasonable.
Leo. Mueller
��!
HIGHEST   IN  CUALITY.
GREATEST   IN   VARIETY.
.OWEST (IN PRICE.
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, ami'Deal-'
ers In Ladles' and Gents'
.  FINE HAIR GOODS
I
Toopes, Wigs, Tramrformatiods,
Pompadours and   Switches.
'ANTED���POSITION  AS  SALES-
lady,   or   as  nurse   for  invalid
Apply at tbis office for address.
W
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Vancouver'* Leading Jewellers,
GEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director
%   Cor. Hastings and GranvHle Sts.
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WANTED���A NUMBER OF FIRS'I
class laborers.   Apply to Quig
ley, near Small & Bucklln'B.
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YOUNG
_AI>Y.
7 ANTED���BY
room and  board, convenient '0
st office.    Apply K., Box 693.
WANTED���POSITIOX  AS  HOTEL
Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good ex
THAT THIS MAY BE THE    BRIGHTEST,   HAPPIEST
CHRISTMAS
YOU  HAVE   EVER   KNOWN    IS   THE   WISH   OF
Marcel Wave, Bleaching    and ID.-e-
ing.   Manicure and Massage, CWrpody
and Scalp Treatment.
. 436 Granville St. Vancouver, BV C
R. MILES & CO.
Vancouver f j Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, fle.
Repairs of all kinil.s jjiveri speciaJJafc-
j tention. Sewer connections made.
���I Moderate Charges.
! Front St. New
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
===== qj,e -
ROYAL BANK ^CANADA
invites you to join the lar^e number of satisfied Depositors
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAIt.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      f_ _%, LYL.E,  Mgr.
^ISHING YOU
all the compliments of the seasonl
ta       ADVER
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THE      DAILY
��=^~ ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Deliver/!
NEWS
Phone 97.
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perience;   best  of  reference;
G., P. O. Box ��93.
Apply
YDUNQ JAPANESE BOY WANTS
situation as house boy; honest
and intelligent; speaks good English.
Address O. NISHI, P. O. Box 414,
New  Westminster-
DR. HATHERLY, Optician and doctor   of   Ophthalmolgy.     Cures
Nervous and Chronic Headaches    by
jM^skilllully prescribed glasses
^pParlors on Sixth St., Murchie
block, New Westminster.
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.!
Limited
THE  HARDWARE  STORE, COLUMBIA  STREET.
NOTICE.
WE HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUB-
Hc that after this date all orders for
wood will have to be accompanied by
CASH.
(Signed) BELYEA &  CO.
LOUIS WILLIAMS.
WIL3ER SMITH.
W.  It. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office    Tel.   16,
G. E. Oiiiley���Tel. 291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL    DU.ALBR8  IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pot
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Claybum Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
<>��������������
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To All
We Extend tke
Seasons Greeting
JJ. MACKAY &C��'
S00KSELLER8      STATIONERS      HM DEALER
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Y.  DEC. 25,  19C7.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE TIIRI.K
TO YOU AL
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To those who ;,
to  those  who
solving   thi    ���
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than has been
BUTTERS & SEWELL I
Follow din
ight Soap i tid ki lyi
., |]   I ��� ause . ..- .      ���.''
thai will injur 'abric. i
. m ��-_      Use II In
A  Christmas   Sermon,   Specially   written for The News, by the Rev.
M. L. Rugg, D. D.
ve Cents
sai*.
Suggestions
ew Year's
fo
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fOOKS LEY'S
Souvenir
POST-  CARDS
of New Westminster and dlst-ict
, On Sa/e af���
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
i*"Ad rertise the town we live i.i i 5
::. tiling Picture Post Cards to yoi'i
frl ndi
A Merry
We have an endless /ari< I       d I
e isive goods  sue]   as
Lace and Chiffon Collars, Fancy
Belts, Collar Supports, Opera P.ags,
Fancy Lace, Silk and Chiffon Scarfs,
Jewelled Bach Combs, Umbrellas,
Fancy Tea Aprons, Si
Shawls,  and many  da Itics.
\
Westminster
Transfer Co
"tics 'Phone lSf>.       bairn 'fDone 1?7
Columbia St..
gage  delivered    promptly  to  *nj
if the city.
Light and Heavy Haulim
Of.'i;o���Tram   Depot
���
God;
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tnd  God.    The ��� I
The ,;li'l has chi
Sunlight Way ��n ot the chi
    God
���  .
found id.' characl r wa
1. ������: ruled us at   He did lo-
CaUBI .....    !   ; .... rj :     I
. ii--- iii thi  nature o�� the un
ig -   of   our   i elai loni hip
God.    Man  had  looked  upon <; d
Infinite Ij  remo\ ed,    el  re i I
-..'.' r and gl n:.  be  mu I   bow
en        imls i ��� e   awe.   _ Jesus   Christ
i to look uj. and Bee In Him
"(��ui Path r which arl in heaven." Before, we thought ourselves slmplj the
.->.-.,  i [is cai e . now w e a <��� ������ e
In ii of lb* love.    Then
. le 'i ���'��� in our understand-
. our  relationship t'i the  world
at large.   One is our Father which Is
to all  our  friends, with ... ., and  :,:i ffe are brethren
hearty thanks for liberal chrlst���" "me revealed the broth .
o i ol tii*- race.    We all becom   ot e
patronage  in the    past in the Lord
 _i l___,������  r     _ _, ��� coming of Chrisl set up a new
and hopes tor a contin- ,
���standard  of  gre ttnes��.       Before   I le
uatiori   of  the   same   in al ones of the earth �� ire
v. h >���-.��� lives were built upon   he
o   '. i mnitj crushe I ui lei
. on i vi Ing  power,    Hi     bo
thi eai   o bi   those ��h i had
Double Screened Nut
ClHfin
^ Comfor
mas
th
to
Clogged
Stove-pipes
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
e coming year.
m
I lift othei
T -     elp   in-
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc New anl
-   -   id - hand   tables   and   supplies,   i l
c I -. c !<.
HING LUNG &
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ra to Wing Kee & Co.
b       : :     ;���       of Pr      Ions,
: ments
ami   Ja;   ne      Goods    for
I
il.   H,  CLIBURN
20 Jemmett St., cor. Carnarvon St.
New Westminster, B.C.
s
CH   -   275 E
rant Street
VANCOUVE!
I  helped, to give  r   b i
Ihan ���               :.:.-, :    tb tnda   I sei
time.
Th n  wa            up a n  w   . I md   d
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I care I                           ..ley, Pend      St.,
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'    tatlghl     :i
��� : \ enl Messrs. 8amu !   M .
tha     . Ued ol all thin Toronto.
! ��� Held  ��� ���
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children  of  I . ,
Best oi Everything
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viOQCl XO Il3X
zanw-btv"?. -rgeaea���bb��
Then sii  : ma rr,n TmTir)C    .O    C
A.t iK-Esi^WY o visile
oward i ien."
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IS THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED   BY   THE
asterbrook   Milling
OF EBURNE
is vvlmt no  firm can afford to   give
if they expect to remain in business
Co.
But
we are busy
m
A lady should never forgei to say-
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Kitchen Chairs      60c up
Dining Chairs $ 1.00 "
Dining Sets  16.00 "
\l
. , Lnts ���      tain th< ies1 Flour
Perfect! n is not easily ' 'v; i: '*'
lerial,  made from the fin  it   elected
Unexcelled lor Pastry      TRY    IT
Carpets
yard   up.
Kitchen Tables $1.75 up
Fall Leaf Tables   4.50 "
Oak Dining Table, 8 ft. ex.. 8.00 "
Ali kin ������   I b     red -  .��� ns.
Special values in Linoleums & Oil Cloths
Bakers we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for   ferminal,  and  see that you get it.
Feed o$   all   Kinds.      Hay
**we Display
Of Wall Papers and Picture?.    All that is n&yest and most
artistic in designs and color combinations for^is season's
b isiness.
McQUARRIE   &   CO.  Local Agents
112 Promt Street.
�� ���������  nmr larfflUMt iiii
W. E. FALES,
The Home Furnisher.
We handle no Toys. New Westminster; B. C
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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I TOYS!    TOYSIl
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��� !>>o; target thai to hare a full line of Toys, all new .jtock, ���������
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4 ire .selling al loss than eastern prices. <.
J   Qui  ii:;.- of Dolla at $1.00 ud 11.50 can'l be equaled %
��� PRICES ARE RIGHT ���
��� Every FRIDAY we have a special sal-.' of Choice Home-M .de Cm- ���
* eli...-. ���
J   SATURDAY ire will soli a popular brand of lf��c Cigars at 4 for 25c.
��� Two fur a quarter  it 3 for 25c.
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iii- withdrawal of funds *ii��� I  nol  exci --.I the amouni i ��� itoma y dui Ing a
bui   : " i
���  contJnui . Iation,   liut.
�� bne coin w.i
obtainable,     The b inkers
unite in  ilccl iring thai ancial
trouble which f.>! ,i tim*  cau.sed some
Inconvenience is a thing of the pasl
CA. McKILLOP,
SUCCESSOR TO R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
**�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
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THE DAILY NEwS
.Published by the Dally News Puli-
��� lishing Company,   Limited,   at  their
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, H   C
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
progressive fanner, and prominently
identifled with the R. A. & I. Society.
is..run'.; as director, and holding several medals and prizes for blooded
h e; bi is ami other cattle Irhich he ex-
bibited. He Is survived by his wife,
daughter of George Lang, of Winchester,  who .accompanied    hef   husband
Bodies in a Heap.
Jacobs Creek, Pa., Dec. 24, Searching parties at the Darr min.. today
reached entry \o. 21, where they
found seventy-four bodies in a beaj,
With the tent;, six bodi s which have
already been brought to the surface
the total number recovered today is
120. The bodies found in Xo. -7 en-,'
try are not so badly mutilated as some
of   the   bodies     previously     recovered.
Today was funeral day at the mine.
Twehe identilied bodies were taken
from    the    temporary    morgue    am
placed  in   a   line  alon.;   tlie  tracks  of
the Pittsburg & Lake Brie Railroad.
The last ceremonies were conducted
in the open, with hundreds of friends.
relatives and  spectators.
..,...��. .....
liitln r thirty years ago.
WEDNESDAY.  DEC. 25,  1907.
v.ie   Daily Xews   i\.->.������-   evi    ���   ���
within the i e C        f Nev
w. oi,..,.- ��� .in.;   ....    Districl
i enl  -..    I ' -
FOR   SALE.    BEST CORD-WOOD
at  $5.00 a  conl. delivered.    T
PULP SENT OVER LINE ll    Foster    General    deliver)      New
was worth S2.500.ooo  Westminster.
GOODWILL   TO   MEN.
The tomahawk is buried
is abeathi d. No roar ol cann >n or
rattle of musketry Is eheai I ...
the conti ndin ! i bi toricians of the
forum are hushe I in the quit tudi ol
the Christmas adjourni ent, ad liere
in the north ill nal ied to
sleep oi .'��� ������ le that the peaue may
be unbroken, and ?i r a daj at leasl
that mighty force, the pen, will bi
laid asl le an I Laurier and Bi len
will i e gi .-''ii a respite and tin :.- will
be in evidi nei glad hand clasp and
hearty  wish   for  a   .Merry  Christmas.
It is  well  that once a year we can
laj  aside 'i.e ai mor in the gre il
tb' of life, even for a day, an ���
ber eatfh other's good points and bury
for  a   while   the   w<eak   spot3,   make
men anil angels  glad  with one hoi)
sympathy and gladdening cine-    r- is
good for young and old tnat the little
"ti''.- enter so much  into our lil    al
Yule-tide  for  tlie  pleasure tbey enjoy
heips     to     make     the    older    I      I
youngi r,  in  the  remembrance of the
days of long '.inn, When they entered
to the full into the mystic wonderment
of lhi'  visit of Santa  Clans.    Here in]
the Royal City we have had a y 'ir of
unprecedented prosperity, anj there is
no   evidence   of   squalid   poverty,   no
want but what can he supplied.   Nonel
of,our   people   whose   circumotances i
flirt) beyond the ability   of   personal
friend** J�� supply the need, and as a j,
city   we   -____$  have -a   very   Merry.
���Christmas.    There  rf_3? be  strangers)
in our midst  who have left the old i
home  in   the  old land   who  will  ex-'
perienje, s sense of loneliness in this
���new land at this their first Christmas j
Sway from the old haunts and home i
fir^Ide,  and  it  will  be  the  duty of!
every citizen loyal to the best interests
of this city to see that such as these,
who maj   be  within   their sphere of i
influence, be made to forget for a day
that they are in a new land and made
to fee', that, the Royal City is the embodiment of home;   thus will we exemplify the  full meaning Qf the angelic message of old, "Peace on Earth.
Goodwill toward men."
Toronto,    Dec.    24.���In    1906    the
I :.'��� I  Stati     Importi I   196,613 more
��� of pulp wi o'l than in 1905, and
of this increa ie 93,000 c r Is were
from i lanada,    The total i \, m
(lan el i In 1906 was 718,872 cord - of
which 721,323 cords were spruce and
: 7,500 poplar.
In 1906 ther<. were i xporti i  to  the
United states, according to the reporl
e agricultural departmenl of the
Republic from Canada, 116,258 tons if
wood pulp, valued at $2,503,252.    This
was  a  decrease of 10, i tons com-
ar l with 1905 which, the report
says, indicates that Canadian manufacturers are finding a nor... profitable market eslewhere than in the
i ��� ll d States
COIN   NOW  OBTAINABLE
IN   SAN   FRANCISCO
FOUND ���      ON   COLUMBIAN   ST
gold bra< elet,   11�� aer may have
jame b) applying al tl    off ce, proving property and pa) ing cosl of   ad
vertisin '
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
F.lljra  Block.   N-..V  We*tmlnstr.i    o C
Not from
Ottawa or Japan
Can you   hope to settle
this cheap labor question I
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riJRNBULL'5
BAKERY
4th and Columbia Sis.
San Francisco. Dec, 24.���The perio !
of legal holidays declared by Gov. Gil-
lett, to meet the recent financial
stringency, having expired at midnight
last Saturday, all of the leading banks
transacted   business as   usual f     -.        A IT/M IIC_r\lU
Normal conditions prevailed and there J.    IN.     AI I CHIoUIN
was no run nor crush of people anywhere.   Many deposits were ma Ie and
Just   have your garments,
with the Union   Label
attached,   made bv    :    :
Columbia St.        New Westminster
All kinds of fancy pastry.
First class candies.   Fresh
tally. G. B. chocolati 3.
Bread 5c per loaf.
Come and have a look at
our Xmas Cake   before buying elsewhere.
30c per pound.        It is good
Get Established
Bu)     homi it
....-��� \.   .V     I ''.���: ������ 1   . I .    :.
em     Two lol    ���      i  66x132  feet    1
All we ssk :    $2700
In   ��� it
TRUST
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCI
t_y___7i
ao&CK3
WINNIPEG  TO   HAVE
POLICE   INQUIRY
i
Winnipeg, Dec. 24.���At the request, ��j*-
of Chief of Police McRae. the police Q1
commission   has   decided   ro   have   a   *SS_*
thorough  investigation   into    all    the
facts  surrounding the  .arrest,  deten-l
Con and  illness of James Robertson,
who died at  the genera! hospital on !
I). eenTber llth,
Robertson was found lying near the
C. P. R, tracks 'et. the night of December 2nd, and was taken to the po-1
lice station. lie remained there until
December ith. when Dr. Douglas, city
medical health officer, after examining
him, ordered his removal to the hospital, On December llth Robertson
died at the hospital. He was at first |
thought to be intoxicated.
Death   of   J.   H.   Johnston.
J.   II.  Johnston,   one of  the oldest i
and most respected residents of Lang- i
ley, died  early    yesterday    morning, j
John Smith, .an old  friend of th" de-
ceased, was  in  town   yesterday, audi
spoke feelingly of the  personal  loss
which would be felt by many a citizen
of Langley. who had learned to value ;
Mr,   Johnston's   disinterested'   friendship.
Mr. Johnston came to this province
in 1S78, from Ontario, together with
Mr. Smith. They settled on .adjoining
farms in Langley. .and had been
friends ever since. Mr. Johnston disposed of his farm a few years ago, and
retired  from active  life.    He  was a
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CHRISTMAS
Christmas   is  with   US once Again.
Wnat joy it brings to millions.
It is the greatest day on the  World's calendar
Who of us is so old. that he does aoi  become    young   again  "'���'���
Christmas morn ?
Santa Claus wlll live as long  as there is parental love anei human
brotherhood in the heart of man.
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We Wisk You
A Merry Ckristmas
The merriest you lune ever spent.
\v>- deem it  nol   amiss    to thank our patrons  for the
business In our career.
Perhaps,   we   have rae.ll   1  ii   through   the exercise
endeavors to oonducl a men   a tlle enterprise worthy of your
lesl   ioniiiiend.il Ion.
Again thanking you far thi   liberal patronage   xtended to us dunm
the pasl year and wishing you greetings of health and pro   ���   !
we say, once again.
A Merry
Christmas to AU
H.L. DeBEC
OPP. P.O.
The Clothier.
NEW WESTkVHSTW
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..m^jOi DEC  25, 1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE FIVE
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The Cash
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.ores
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WE   WISH   OUR  MULTITUDE   OF   PATRONS
A Happy
The d
Quo.
store   '!
j>lani.������ i
('��� e
A ..   .
ty
Ne
ws
iwing in connection with Joe
:alTle  wil   take   place  at   his
-...���,. _.    .���,],;.,. an ither is
tor New years day.
box of
[ft.
ye ter           orning    t St. Peter's Ro- All children  undo
ni hi Catholic church, in the pri senc age .vill    ���   am. ted'I
of a  numbe    o        rods of the bride devllle   performance    at    the   opera
and groom.   Then wly wedded oouple hous,.   this  afternoon,   this   being  a
a..                   .������   il   Moodyville, Christmas   treat   furnished    tor   the
.-.- ���    spending   i shorl holiday touring children by Messrs. Merz and .'.
tin- coasi      lea                                   . the man igers of the company.
ii. i'. Cigars for y.iur
A. i-b Howay, foreman of the Tyee
smelter at  Ladysmith, arrived in the
dtj      esterday   foi   the  purpose    ol
spindlng   tie-   Christmas  holidays   at
h;. oli bome,
Start now and eat your
Kenny's
meal-
at
���Kelt
8   *    %     M  ***_��� 1/    $ M i
WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SPLENDID HOLIDAY PATRONAGE. AND SINCERELY TRUST THAT THI MANY GOOD
THINGS WHICH Y^U HAVE BOUGHT TO GLADDEN THE
HEARTS OF YOUR FRIENDS WILL IN EVERY WAY GIVE SATISFACTION.
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Columbia   Street
���:titc'��t nrrewwar-- ,Mui��jiwepi,BnniBry_-��Vv�����r^^
White, Shiles & Co.
Wish   Their  Many
Friends A Merry
Christmas
ROYAL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL
kMENEMY & ANDERSOI^
WISH TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS
FOR THEIR LIBERAL PATRONAGE
DURING THE PAST YEAR AND TO
WISH   THEM   ONE  AND  ALL
A Merry Christmas
\ACIFIC MEAT MARKE1
MENEMY & ANDERSON, Props. Phone 192
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned, and mark-M "Tenders for Supplies," up to 1 p. m, Saturday, December 2Sth, 1907, for supplying the hospital from 1st January,
1908, to 31st December, 190S. with the
following  articles:
Bread,  white  and  brown;
Beef;
.Yiutton;
Milk;
Drugs;
Groceries;
Wood, slabs,  per cord;
Coal, washed nut;
Fish;
Funerals.
Detailed lists of drugs, groceries,
beef, mutton, and fish can tie obtained   at  the hospital.
Neither the lowest or any tender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of the groceries and all
information obtainable on application
to the Lady Superintendent, at the
hospital
W.   II. KEARY,
Secretary  R.  C.  H.
New Westminster.   B.  C.
Decemher 18th,  1907.
Kyle & Son are still selling 3 lLs.
of creamery butter for $1. **
An artistic calender has been issued
by the branch of the Northern Bank
recently established in this city, the
'l--.-. a .'lowing .a summer girl enjoying the cool ocean breezes on a pebble
strewn beach.
Besl 25c meal in the city at Kenny's
a 21  meal ticket  for $4. **
Mistletoe and Holly for your decorations.   Ling  up  Tidy,   florist.  A184.
The much talked of "Christmas
sp-irit,'   taken In tl ���   of liquid
nourishment, proved '.e.i much for one
Inebi I ite lasl night, and his Christ
holiday will be spent In jail as a resull
Buy your Xmas candies al Kyle's,
Front streel    3  lbs    for 25c **
Don't wait til! Xmas for that turk iy
dinner,    Try  Kenn;.   now **
While engage I in a wind w
In the offlce of the real estate firm of
& (' i.. ii e man nam' .1
'-'. all er slipped ofl adder anei
e.-ii through th late glass. Fortunately, only minoi Injuries wer
tained.
Co you want a ne '��� rottaege on a
large lot, below market \alue? We
can suit you for$1000, only $400 cash
and balance easy. Abbott & Hyde,
next Guichon Hotel.
J. W, Kv.ui.- eturned yesterday
from Victoria, whi . he b eel i n
spneding the past three weks, producing the show "Don't Tell My
Wife." He intends to produce another show here in the near future.      ~*&
If you are a hearty eater, see Kenny about it.    lie can sat'sfy you for;
2 bits. **
For cut flowers, nouquets or funeral designs telephone T. Davies &.
Son, B- 208. "*
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church annual Christmas entertainment will be held on Friday evening
in "Uie schoolroom. A varied and interesting program will be rendered by
the children, who are being trained for
their     parts   by the   Sunday     school
teachers.
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Good flour $6.60 per barrel, at
Kyle's, Front street. **
May Christmas Bring
You Joy is the wish of
J. A. Lee} the Furniture Emporium.
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Geo. Adams
j Extends Holiday
! Greetings
WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR EXCEEDINGLY LIBERAL PAT-
RONAGE DURING THE YEAR, AND EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES
FOR   A   MERRY   CHRISTMAS AND A  PROSPEROUS  NEW   YEAR.
j Public Supply Stores j
Geo. Adams, Proprietor |
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H.   flour,  at;
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fEsH FISH
Fr<tsh  TOM   CODS
Fresh WHITINGS
Fr��sh   HERRINGS
Fresh   LEN   COD
Fresh  HALIBUT
Fresh   SOLES
Fresh BALED CRABS
��KED FISH
Smoked SALMON
Smoked   HALIBUT
Sm.ked   KIPPERS
smoked BLOATERS
smoked COD
^ CITUISH CO.
Telephone 40.
PRINTING
l-Iave ymir printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS BLOC
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor  Contractor,.
New Westminster branch P. O.
Hox 645.
Norther
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
i  Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates,
tjuick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANjJ ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets  on   sale    to  all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For full information call on or write
O. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. G.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
IlDVERHS! IN THE DAILY NEW3
To INCREASE Your BUSINESS.
Tlie city council has authorized E.
P. Moss, the well known engin<eer, to
make necessary borings for the found-
ation of the Lulu island steel bridge
across the north arm of the river.
Work on the new bridge will be |
started in the coming winter.
How would a box of clear Havanas,
like the "Brillantes," go for Xmas.   **
The B. C. E. R., in order that their
employees may enjoy sonic time to
themselves, announce that cars today
will be run on Sunday schedule. The
first car for Vancouver will leave this
city at 8 a. m.. while -a half hourly
service will he maintained through
the city and Sapperton.
Following the  precedent  st  when
he first opened business, twenty-eight
years ago, Alex. Matheson. proprietor i
of t'ae  Liverpool Arms, will have his
saloon closed all this Christmas day.
The  thanks  of  the   Xews  staff  are:
txtended to the proprietors of the B. |
C   cigar factory for the gift of a box |
of fragrant  cigars.     Compliments of
the season, kind donors.
Three turkeys which had b;en con-1
lined for several  days at the Steam-1
boat  Exchange hotel matk- - valiant
Struggle for  liberty   yesterday   morn- '
ing. and  gained    temporary    liberty. ;
One of the birds fount, a comfortable I
perch on the electric  lig'at wires  on '
ColtRnbia| street.   <>ut   Ite   dream   of
fancied  security  was  rudely shattcrd
by a bullet from A .22 rifle, sent in his J
direction by a sure marksman.    The'
bird will be cooked today.
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The B. C. Cigar factory is manufaet-
uring six different brands of cigars. * !
Judge  Howey    left    yesterday   for
Ladner, where he will spend the fee- j
tive season at the old Ladner homestead.
The wedding of Jack Farrel and
Mis*  Pippin  took   place  at  8  o'ciock
YES, MR. MERCHANT, YOUR
NEIGHBOR HAD A FINE PLATE
GLASS FRONT BROKEN A FEW
DAYS AGO, AND WE REPLACED
IT FOR HIM WITHOUT A CENT
OF COST. HE WAS INSURED
IN THE NEW YORK PLATE
GLASS   INSURANCE CO.
YOUR'S MAY BE THE NEXT,
SO YOU BETTER LET US INSURE   IT   FOR  YOU.
THE COST IS LITTLE COMPARED  TO  THE  RISK.
PHONE, WRITE OR CALL FOR
RATES.
May Your Christmas
be a very merry-
a very happy one
F. J. MacKenzie
DRUGGIST
Phone 66.
P. O. Box 217
D:>Ti.nioii Trujt Block.
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IN    WESTMINSTER    ABBEY
Loi . ;     Undi    th<
��� Sir Isaac -\' wl in,
and dot holr in W < ���- i,
. . Lord Kelvin,  the
noted English . who died -Dec-
id   I ai no 11  .  day,
in the greal gathering of
\ni. ri a. (' n-
tlnental . ii'sh societii s.    Many
' I  ���'.   In   their
aea Ie ..  re their deco
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Th<   .-. - oh mn ami Impi i --.
si\...     \      .;. n ' Iergymen were a ��� ��� ���
dated In reading the simple service
A  VERY
Ju-i.i'.:
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MEN   AT   WORK   IN
MINES  AT  GOLDFIELD
Gobi' ��� ��� . Dec. 24.With fifty men al
work underground, the Mohawk .-mine
was started up this morning after being afoul down for ovi r three wei ks.
The Consul:.iated mill and ihe N'evada-
Golilfield Reduction Works are running.
Sheriff Ingalls addde a large number of deputies tei his force uiTTay, the
men being paid by the Mine Owners'
Association, to acl as guards and pa-1
trolmen.
The Mini Owners' Association assert that luring the week a large num-
ber of strikebreaker* will be brought
in. Very few of the strikers have returned to work.
erry Christmas
To All Is tlie Best Wish oi
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Job Printing Westminster Iron Works
Pay of Pullman Porters,
Mini .Minn..   Dec.   23,���The
Pullman rom;.any pays its porters $25
a month. The travelling pul.iie does
the n ition ��  s ma le
��� ��� ������    .-1   o   ���      in
the  Inti       te co     n 'c    o mm
hi arin I.   K. R, x, at, P ill-
ii    at St.  Paul, wa -
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' :   thi   i couni 11,  that  po
L '-   f b  from  the company
their  uniforms
and o a es 1   I oi   ip iled.
Latest  type  faces,    nr w   niachinery,
new stationary.     Bend   us  ymir  next
order.    Satisfaction  guaranteed,
Mail orders solicited.
The Arrow Press
Mrs. borniny, Prop.
Windsor   Hctel   Block.
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GENERAL MACHINE AMU KiNUtNl
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING. UHlLKiiS and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental iron Wont, incur!"..
Fences, (Late.-, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence Ix
vited.
JOHN RfID,
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The Wardrobe Cioihier.
ade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
Arronf jondlng B fkrtrh unit dccriptl in mijt
onlckly ascertain our upmli'ii free wiuiiiicr au
U^rtrtrtlroonSdentffi, HANDBOOK on Patmu
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Patent* taken through Munn m <-'->. rtttelr*
ty, ������url n.ticr, without cliHtyc, lu tho
Scientific American.
A handwrnelr Uluftrnt��l weekly- Uaxt���% cir-
cohu.ein -,f any jrU'iitltlc Journal 'a-nua lor
Canada . .75 a yaia*, poatage prepaid,   - id by
SiiiNS��Co.a6,B'Mdw'- to York
Branch Office. C2v V Bt, WuliibiituD. V. C
Manufacturer of
ineral Waters, Etc,
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Otfire. Eighth Street,
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Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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Cars leave ;ue depot everj
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perton md < Ity limits over the
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We wish you this Christmas morning a very merry, merry day.
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Furniture, Stoves, Pictures, Lamps, Etc.
The entire contents of my Front street stores ;:
must be disposed of at once as the building is to be '������
altered and two stories added.     This   is   your   op- |
portunity  to buy a complete outfit at   a very reas- |
onable figure. |
SPECK
The  Owner and  the  Visitor.
Ills   Imusr,   tin.   tirst   he   had   over
owned, lee-intx nearly lini died, the Flat-
bush man went forth oue fine afternoon ;.. Inspecl it.   ,\< be entered ihe
front door he observed a well dressed
num standing within, apparently admiring the beauties of i   .. .ruction and
decoration.   Iu an instant tlie pride nf
ti... owner swelled within him.    Hero
was where !x> would make the visitor
I verdant with envy, and, Incidentally,
| intercept a few bouquets for himself.
Stepping up to tin1 stranger, he  remarked:
"It's a beautiful house, isn't it?   It's
j worth  every  cent of  the  investment
| and a great deal more."
"Vmi are right," replied the stranger.
"You are, 1 suppose"���
"Yes.    I'm  the owner."  interrupted
; the other,  "and just let me tell  you
��� that there are not many  men  round
I here who own as fine a house as this."
"I quite  believe you,"  serenely  answered the visitor.   "I'm the man, you
I see, who holds the first mortgage on
i It."���Brooklyn Eagle.
New  Year's   Night
JANUARY 1, 1908
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
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.DVERTI5E  IN  THE  NEWS
CAPITAL $1-1,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada an.i Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England,
New  York,  Chicago an'i  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A 'Jen-
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available witL correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Desalts received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NSW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D. BRYMNER. -Manager
The Fir:_t Woman Whip.
Who was the li; -t "femme ooehere?"
To the Frlucess de Metternlch, a lady
of quality in tho fullest meaning of the
word, who nourished under the second
empire, this honor must be accorded,
say-; the London Chronicle. For In
tlie days when the woman whip was a
very rare spectacle indeed this dauntless dame was frequently to he seen
driving lier phaeton through Paris.
| One day two facetious youths took it
| into their heads to signal to ber. "Pst,
' cocherel" The princess entered into the
! spirit of the joke. She drew up. "By
the hour," said the two, seating themselves. "Where?" "Bois de Boulogne."
She whipped up without another word
and drove off to the Bois. After a silent tour of something over an hour the
merry twain began to tire and asked
to be put down, "Very good, citizens,"
said the "eoehere," depositing them and
holding out her hand. "My fare Is 300
francs per hour for my poor." In tbe
event the laugh proved to be on her
side.
Williams' Original  Dix.e Jubila*
Singers
Every one b  star.
Male anel female quartette presents
[ a selection ol sougs which vary from
I grand opera to negro plantation and
j boat medolleea.
This company appeared  here    last
| seaeson, scoring a triumphant success.
Now it is bigger and better than   he-
fore. ���
Seats    on    sale    today   at    Ryall's.
Prices $1, 75c, 50c and 25c.
Rickshaws and Danditi.
In the mountain districts of India
the principal vehicles of passenger
conveyance are the rickshaw and the
dandy, with which Kudyard Kipling
bas made us familiar. The rickshaw
is pushed and pulled through the
streets and on tbe numl* leading out
Into the country by four coolies, and
the dandy Is carried on the shoulders of four and sometimes nix coolies.
Saddle ponies are also used to some extent, but most of the Inhabitants and
quite all visitors use the rickshaw aud
dandy. The latter Is constructed on
the plan of a sleigh box, but longer. A
pole Is attached fore nnd nft, which Is
long enough to give a springy motion
when the coolies are walking and trotting. A crossplece rests on the shoulders of the coolies and ls shifted now
ami then from one shoulder to the other for rest. By the command of tbe
| cooly In charge this shift Is made sl
multaneously.
0PERA"= HOUSE
Unequalled Vaudeville
ALL WEtK OF DLL. 23rd.
Matinees, Wednesday ard
Saturday Evenings.
Two complete performances. First
performance commences at 7:30
prompt. Second performance at 9.60
Change o!* programme Mondays and
Thursdays. Doors open. Matinees at
2.30; nights at 7.00.
MULLALY   SISTERS���Refined    Stag
ers and dancers.
C. S.  Coulsone���Blackface  comedian.
The Great Hermanns���Magic and 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 of
moving pictures and illustrated-songs-
Each succeeding week will see added improvements.
Come at any time, stay aa long as
you like. If suited tell your friends;
if not tell us.
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WHEN GOING EAST
Cattle Garden.
Castle Garden was built by the United States In ISO" from the plans of
Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Williams,
0. E., and wa's called Fort t'lintou. In
l.S'J'J It was ceded to N'ew York City, In
1824 it became a place of amusement
and about 1826 got the name of Castle
Garden. In 1845 there were Ethiopian
minstrels there, In 1847-4!) theatrical
companies played there, and iu 1830
Jenny Llnd sang there. In 1866 lt was
closed as a plnee of amusement, nnd
tbe commissioners of immigration took
It us an Immigrant depot, ln 1870 It
suffered from fire, and on July 0, 1876,
lt wns burned to the ground. It was
rebuilt at once. In 18!)2 tbe depot was
moved to Ellis Island, and Castle Garden reverted to the city, which In 1890
opened an aquarium there.
A Wall Meant Suggestion.
At an "at home" given by a Yorkshire gentleman's wife an outside manservant had to do duty for a butler.
The man was astonished at the thin
slices of bread and butter with which
he served his mistress' guests. As be
was serving an ancient dowager for
the fourth time he said to her iu a
voice that was meant for a whisper,
but which was audible to the whole
room, "If yer slaps three or four slices
together, mum, maybe yer can get a
bite."���London Telegraph.   ,
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
! t'-ight Trains Every L>ay m the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
! Embodies the newest   and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
land  LUXURY.     It is lighted with
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I brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the'
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private   compartment   cars,   standard
t6 section sleepers, luxu-ious dining
.4t. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modem   day  coaches   and  buffet,  library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
:urthcr information call on or write
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GENERAL AGENT,
7M Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
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DEC. 25,
May your gifts of gladness
and cheer return unto you a
hundred fold.
May the joys and prosperity
you wish to others be meted
unto you again.
May this Yuletide season be
the happiest and most joyous
to you and yours.
We thank you for the greatest holiday trade that this Big
Store has ever enjoyed.
SALVATION  ARMY TO
FEED THE  MLLTITUDE
.Ni'nv Yoi. Dec. 21.���More I tan
125,000 i i">ie!o wil . .��� i lhi stmas dinners in New York tomorrow furnished
hy ;hr Salvation Irmy. 'i'i.'. 'Ir..
are being put up in baskets for fami-
Uei ol Ave ; '��� -'iv i i wi!] be distributed on Christmas morning. Bach
I will contain .-. Ave p md
��� '        n in addition etatles, cof
fee. ;. a and ...-:! as a plum
pudd ng, In ad lition n- iis great
Chiistmai dinn r, the Saha tlon Army
is collecting    ��� y    for its regular
�� Inter work, an,!  I ��� ��� app 'als sen:
to Now Workers through the mails
broughl mon than $13,000 Into the
coffers of the Army.
There's   no reason   why   you
should buy "cheap" imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more- is absolutely pure���and
goes further.    Gel  WINDSOR.
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MITIUML LOCAL NEWS
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morning from 10    ��� .   a, in., an 1 I i
one hour fn th       ���  ���  on   ow ng game tom0i ow,        ��� ii noi  fi r
o tlon  oi   ���'.    -' .and tan :   r< -
��� .  for  Wi Btmlns e ���    al    todays
ai   Vam ouvi r  wil  Ibe
bj o-        e ��� I  judging  ii
������ .v iie-..os sold  1   i   nighl     Tii
���   to the fact that tht non
Recreation 1 ���      I me
held, senl  onl)   si .... n th
admitting the  '������ ...  r    to    all    I
���
i hav�� gone to Vancouv er to
W. S. COLLISTER & r
ol
the press of Cl ness.
hat In   irder to   lo so, they j j
: ��� ���     forced to put up $-
for  a   si ason   ticket,   of   ��hich
would onl)    .   .        to use  two i
ons,
CAMSH
Ihe People's Grocer,
IV.irly  in   Ilie .new
praying for the < :<-<���<:
only   detormino   whether
'better order of  puhlic  administration \ot the  movement,
is to prevail in Portugal, but remote
as such a change appears lo the ordinary observers,  whether the whole
monarchifj Wglme shall not give way
' .0 a ftepubliran form of Government.
The Republicans, small as is the influence they exercise at present under
lhe restricted suffrage which the people enjoy, believe that France, by exposing; the practices of the monarchist parties, has .administered a blow
to tho prestige of the king and the
monarchy from which it can never recover, and made a Reuphlic a near
possibility.
.ear,
en of a hotel at
,\  pii asing presentation took place
Petit! ti   at the local offlce of the B. C. E. R.
about  ."> o'clock    yesterday    evening,
We are agents for Ute 1. H. O. ga- -
line engines.    These engines are giving universal satisfaction.    Abbott <C-
 Hyde, next Guichon hotel. *
PORTUGUESE  FIGHT FOR
REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT
Lis;.on. Dec. 24.���The result of the ��� Sapperton   will   te  circulated among  when a detacbmenl of motormen and
present political crisis here may not   the residents of that district. Messrs.' conductors   took    possession   ot   the
a new and   Kerr and Walmaley being at the hack   tick(.1 ()(lia. aai present, (1 mjm Sadie J
Punlop, the offlce stenographer, with
a handsome gold chain, With  pen lant
attached,   J. 8   Ralnej  bi stowed the
I gift upon  -Miss  Uiiiiio|i after a  neat,
Bpeech in which  he referred  to the
charming personality ot' the fair recipient, and commented upon ethe good
feeling which always existed  between
the motormen and conductors and the
An effort is being made by Burnaby   only lady ou the  local  staff.      After ;
residents   to   have   car   fares   to   and   briefly expressing her sincere  thanks.
from Intermediate points over the li.  Miss Dunlop called upon lier father to j
C. K. R. lines revise.] and interviews
to this effect have been held fecentlj
with tne local manager.   The Burna
by people are sanguine of success.
Heartily thank  the  public  foi   ���
more than liberal patronage, and
them   all   most  cord ally
Tin' ii'iuuiiution oi reeve, councillors
and school trustees for Burnaby will
take place on Monday, Jan. 13 at the
municipal hall, The school house.
West Burnaby, and  the school house..
Barnet, wlll be the election booths on
.lan. 18. if necessary.
A M
address the "boys," which he did in
suitable terms. The cen mony closed
with an interchange    of   seasonable
greetings.
erry
AND  A
Happy New
X
mas
Y
ear
**s__w_______i__tt__*ap*t_rs - zrts*__
Ottawa.  Dec  24.���The  department A few cases of measles at Burnaby,
of puhlic works has at R. o. Mac- near the New Westminster city limits
pherson's request, ordered a survey to have been reported to the medical
he made of tlu First Narrows, Van- health Inspector, and as a conse
couver. in preparation to dredging the quence, a number of children are now-
same and otherwise improving it for deh^red from attending the public
the rapidly increasing shipping that schools until the outbreak is
enters the terminal city. pressed.
PUGSLEY'S   REASONS   FOR
MAINTAINING   SILENCE
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A splendid selection of newly
imported goods from the
Celebrated  Sheffield Makers
St. .Johns. X. B., Dec. 24     I hen. \v.
Pugsley. discussing the attacks made
S"P"  upon him by Mr, Kemp, Ci nserva
member of Parliament of East Toron-
The members of No. l lire hall ex-   ">���  sai<1  ic  wo"ld  have  been  oul   i ;
tend  their Iran.'   thanks to the fei-  'l!a<''' '" r''f'''' '" these matters In I  ���
lowing  for  Christmas  gifts,  received   debate ln reply to the speech from the
eeterday:    The B, C   Cigar factory,  throne,       Kemp',   remarks   were  ��� I
lb   Munn, e !,.     . ,: ...   nm .   pre;   such B�� '���" '���'" calculai e tl
Ra . .e,    ��� - . and -��� i ona   e   mi mber rl '!''' '   '��� ���        '   be House
fruits havi ���   a :��� i ��� iv d bj  Lh    and he  I Pug '���   I   lid no   feel
Our Mutual Interests
-ten       ��� ���  this ban: ���   ���   ed witl
bj "o Ible ' mlnei    man and farmer In  VVi item i
ar yonrs,  ind everj dollai ...   o
vantage   In the   v. e :  far the \'b,  I
H gheal   inter. -���   p_\_   and Con   ���
BRYSON & SONS
Sole Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Cciumbia St.        - - Te!
membi     of I iree, for wi    :.
:. id the 1 Ind donors.
Mi I Kamlo ' ha
Is in thi . a nent 8, M
M        f ..... I'i
upon to repi      Other n
' ��� - '.        '    :   ��� '
ed the ] cou
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chargi ��� ���
detail  f     t   th If em
wr_k      ij.comm
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^PREMIER
Midni
thi     I'i ��� ��� I    ) he
church H
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In  full Pi
the la lie
Literals Win Two Bye-eiectons.
U'i ston,   Dec   24    fn the
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1 BANK
apltal   Paid   Up,   $1,200,000
d   Undivlde I   Profit?.  $116.00-3
.   New Westminsti r, B.C
TRCA5URE
PEELRAHGE
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Restaur:
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
church.     rhe sermon en! ol ibald Cai
:      o      ,-     er O'B           '.    -        '������-'������    ' Liberal  candid ite,   \
rained i hoi                       dl-' Ity of C2 over C
I pi igj                |                    ". Cons< rvatlve,
in  n  ..., ���},     ,   |  ,,-.      i mav, ���   i" .���- 24,    i. B. T. Carol
teet, and     owed I                 -    , areful   '- ���    ' '              ' ;'
-ri      i    |          of 1119 oi. r VV.  D. Morris,
���   remony, invseted           jvas with all   Ind pendent, In thi
���        ���        and ir of the Cath-I terda
COAL! COA
Pickard   China
THEHAKERJ    Dominion    Trust    Building
Opposite Post Office
We consider this
the best value
of any
RANGE
in the market.
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Call aud examine our stock of the  Pickard   China.      We   are   Sole ^
Agents for  the   Pickard   Hand Painted CHINA in New Westminster. ���
Every  piece  guarant ed    hand-paint. _.      Also   a   line   of   the     ost ���
Limoges China. ���
i' cial, i ralp, or body trou ments .
in >nu; own home.   Also manicuring,
For '  .      ���      in  ring up A 339,
FOR SALS:
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COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box   345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ���
'Phone
Massage Iw. c. chamberl
The Jeweler
Agent Hamilton Watches
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We  have choice  upland  prairie  hay
and timothy hay. also c iti t and
feed   to   offer   in   car   i
prices given  ce.  .
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia    St.,      New   Westminster,   B.   C.
D. C. HOFFMAN,
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d   Provii
CALGARY
New  Bakery
H. C. MARK & SONS
BAKERS  and CONFECTIONERS
I 'Ai  I or.   Fourth   avenue and
Se ond  street
SI ORE- sixi'; str iet, nexl Columbian
and near the Post Office.
iu tried our bn id, currant
buns, Christmas cake, Scotch i horl
bread; th lei
Phone B359 wl    bring our d livery
;        ron ������
We wish one .and .ill a men j Chi
'.i - :    i ha]      and proseperous   Ne.v
rear.
McConkey's
Chocolates
Arc the  Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
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To our many friends
we extend the compliments of the season, wishing you a
Merry Christmas.    .
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J.    STEWART,    Propririo''
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