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IHSUKANCE
ITE, shiles* co.
,   l,-.. ��� t Phone S:>
260 Colun5*31^-!
LIPE
NEW  WE     ,i N8TKR,   13.   C.   SATURDAY  MORNTXG, N.OVEMBEB 14,  1908
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
"r 16 /9��EW WESTMINSTER, B. C
\ h,
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
OSPECTUS
rick and Cement Company,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
o sei f the ;   ov,   C
n
pital,   $100,000.    One  thousand  shares at $100X0 each  al
,     "���'""  '   ''
'"'" ;":   '"ll ' aid the amount
ed to thi ier (   -Jjnuqn  eM1*H-*l-***!-*l     ;i , .-
., ntlemen   have in crested tin
  ' ' ! F     man 	
  ino.oo     T. S. Annandale	
i	
on
P   ���: shop
diss Ea
,   .
100.00
'. II
uo
 I
100. m
-,,.. ng
,0   ,..i
IO.N  WILL BE  R D iys    ROM THE     ���; , .
Company sli .
L.   J.  FADER,   Lumberman,  President and   Managing   Director.
J. REICHENBACH, Whole-ale Meat Msrchant, Vice-President.
J. E. ALLAN, Bank Manager, Secretary.Trc-r.surer.
H.   P.   NAYLOR. Vice-President  Berg Machinery   Manufacturing  Co.
W.   J.   WHITESIDE.   Solicitor.
BANKERS���NORTHERN    CROWN    BANK.
-  I Biters of  the  Company  are   Whituside &.   Edmonds,  New  Westminster.  B.  C.
i-e .    n     -'��� io   ,.  over ma ,* a Di recto Company ���
ie Board.
to ,      .   the stoe      a    .... In I  Iment plan, .- nt. upon and   -���      ���,   cent.
aid.
!,.   Companj   pro     ���     to taki ov, r It  Known as 1 lm ��� t  Bi rth -No   100, nnd sltuat<       . I lti
. i ol  -it acres trll o   Nevi   Westminster   and also two  mine al claim?       lated    in
aid  property, covering an ar a ol aboul 3000 feel    ���  15 I   wide, and  known  as    tin
N'o.   1. and Silicon  Mineral claim N'o. 2, which  when Crown grant, I ent ith        .   ���    ������ to all
ta therein undei i    _     of  the  Provincial Uovernmeni ot British Columbia. The limber I
ghts bo all  the timber thi   eon thi   said area mentioned which has        i   ine,   ol    im        ���   sup-
fuel and ' Hutu r for manj   yi ai.- to i ome.
is Bituated adjacent to-the shore ol Pitt Lake which it  a distant* -    a   ml twent Ilea
i| New Westminster, and  affords bavtgation    all     hi     ear pound for steam boats and rivi
ind ini.- an id,a*. harbor where the said plant will be erected to operate on the ground.   On this : ro-
,...   deposit ol cla    ������   a cemeni t,ature which is very .     ��� _-: 1,    th       nch of clay being over
... ... which atTords easj  acci   -   ���   excavation.    The claj    ank mentioned
ing bj   ;'-. , .,... ]-..,., wide-and affords a  natural  incline   for  transportation
���   ��� ..    ilant whicli v, 11   ,,. ;, distance ol a ���        mlj   i|MI feel  trom  thi   lake sh
he Berg M        -..        Manufai        n     - - Ich was rejiorted on in
H. P. Na:
....  .\:  i ���  ..��� nt Com     . .i.   .New    \\ ���
...   ���..-._ ...  thai   I  have un the -1th day of October, 1908  examined
ctus "ii i'r   ,.    ��� hav,       md
ut to   - Mr. li. J. ol  New  W,    minster, which has given   hi   followiQg
, -.... .    Smu.   tc_.   ... ������ ;....' Mr. !���:   J.  Fader for
i analyst muE nal  nature ng  almost
. . i ���  ... nt.    We foun . lng In a  rota  ��� an 1  . ulver-
t we could make trom out    nirn hat was-- In o ...    o ; ny
..,l  In Canada,       n ea   inc��    extremelj  rigid and ol  greai    fire  ret    an ���.    and
h as we have I t    PI     Lake   Brick  and  Cement  Compan)   and    stamiied    "Berg,"
ll      \i.   Con   an      aamel Machinerj   Manufacturing Company, Limit d, has guar-
i Brick &    '-ie nl   Companj   the manufacture ol   thi _,   brick ai   .  cosi on thi   ground nol
,    thousand as pi      * ������  H      T' -  brick   wa-   tes-ted In   thi   School ol Practical Science of Toronto
test  w as .. 710  M to the square Inch,
:,. dl H.   P.   NAVI.OIt.
Vi,-,  i'1-..-id. nt  Berg Ma,-a m���!������   Manufacturing  Company,
iU  ig Lhe n , u     ol   I   o'Sull van ..     u the I   ���
Vancouvi     11. C, .lune 29th, 1908,
r, I    i . New  \\ estmlns ei    b   ���
,   .  .,, ,,  .,, .  thal    I                    silica brli ���   you  fot   tiie lest   was subjected  io a
mind turned   I.e.,   o  .  temperature ranging    etwees  ,300 and   H00   I i        centlg ude   or 2372
irenheli  ror  i h   noun,  wlthoui  disli              n     Thi   onlj  effect of this greai heat was to cause
he brick due mam!.*  to the escape ol steam   the water of combination oi  tne plastic main my opinion a bulldii                cted ol   this   nick  would   .vithstnnd ���*'������-  Ive  action
hi-refore be med with    erf eel   - h ���
Voni s la
i ,, sri.i_iv.*\N, :���* c. s,
.   pin i.i
rick   it
,., ,, from :  ���������     : ck ided to    ���
in;    .... ni u ' ���    ' ...
..    an ci a.,"  t
uu of th " -  i of th,  ���' " I'tuultj
.,1, and othi '   u '"          Ml   l:
1 '
���     .    ., * ' ' '''""
io pai   within two
.
��� a     ���
,.en placed ..pm,   ��� Iderlng ih ��  '��� "   ��� a   "
.... ra, ���    wc i. ' cannoi  be found In the whole lu-.. Canad, d .ms all the quail
,;      , . ,ove   repc -   Mi H. P. > '     '        '    ' "m   l��   '
:   io me square Inch, .vhich  li   Is  ibtful    11  an      i made   ran   equal.    Apari n	
ick .hi I will make ...  vei        ���        Rnl li A
Th , ateed    b>     the    Berg     Machlner;
is, ribei can , aslly  |udge rrom lhe co i ol the manufai tun
impany.n, ly $. r Mi  i normous profit ther,   uius. be mad,   rrom the 1-���PM��'����J
,c, that om  local pressed  brick and Seattle pressed      -      ��� P>��< upon me market above $0.00
In   .position   will readllj  ��e,   to cu  tl ��� ���-  '��  �����*   ' "pessary          then
on <>ur output   and     see no re   whj   .he people of New   .Vestm.nster  shon,   n    th
.. ilch   cannoi   be  surpassed    le
���- tak,   up this stock wen thej nave ai men nooi ., 	
' ,e   farmed    . ,-era   ci mpanies here taat the pu i-
 irmed In  British Columbia,    I have alreadj  rorm
.... ions Hiiiiia    id    monej    w inch    '< ���>>'>
ti ter Know, and hav,   made foi  ron Ign capitalists   m .���,,.,...,.,   ,,,,<
i,.,, ,        ,   ,,.,.,    fll  mi   I  ||   rompailj   in   New   We  tiuliistei   .ilia
Ined at home    This is the ftrsi  lime thni  l  ha*.i   ��� 	
, ...   ... i,  -i in i ihat i nn noi do ng bo with   mi o
IHlblic   tO  Subscribe,  and   I  waul   you   IO  plain!*   ���'" invAStmenl
,,.,,,,;,..!   solid, bona tide investim m.
1    :'    '    ""    "'"    '  ���"" ;"���"". ������   '  gtl  stock  will  be
'    "'���' opportunll,   to uliiih;n,   ���.,. ���,   lnveBl
nt"8 "";"' ��� - ��  ��3 ' ��*>*
1          - for the Plant and
1 "" lhl   ; n-J  ,l:-'  "" ��� di nd   n   lm
cla       o thnt. vlslln
I'ov,   datp, and   on Hi
���   -   iati     hi vins ,|,,
 -n Bank, New Westminster,
rick and
BRICK COMPANY IS     -SCHOOL TRUSTEES      EBURNE -CONNECTED
FORMED LOCALLY   ARE AT LOGGERHEADS1    WITH CITY BY STEEL
Brickfield at Pitt Lake Ac,,- Report of Proceedings at Long Delayed Work Finished
mises Rich Harvesl to Late Session Kept Secret --Ballasting Only Remains
Investors in Industry.     i   -Fl stion Paramount     Before Line is Electrified.
��� n,        .....     any, the pr .
ears  In   this   Isuse
i    i carry oi    I
and    ci :���
at Pitt lak      ; known a    I
Pitt   Lake ��� menl  Com
Limlti i     nd h ��� ,   . .
Udei   an I-:   :   Fi
Th* are
'  .
' -   ���       erth N on   P i
res, and the !
triown
���    .  -   and   .i...  thi eon-
���
1 ������ 11 mpanj
���   On the prop-
...       .,  deposit  of cla aining
hi !.- ��� sarj mini rals for making
Portland cement. This ench Of clay
is ovi 50 fi i - hlg ��� tbovi hi wi ti
lev. I, an I can bi .. sllj excavatea,
abou: 2500 reel long, by 300 to 800
reet and a natural  inclini     for
transportation to th, -
some Advantages of  Brick.
A . ampli  of the , r, ssed silii a brici
il mil ������     bas ]'- ��� n examim I
by th - Berg Mai hii        .1 ��� . ifacturing
compan    of Toi m     an I J. (I'S i
a N'a: d among  the
specit        itun >��� 111  ensui e It
a ma it i- a  waterprool
nr ��� the hoiie
and - nd thai    i   ���   i hing ti si
::.T 10 a< h excels
alne st  all   bri    -     et        .-��� tl on   the
l". "i .i   ::. i    -        . . pit    bricks
... ���   heal
without dlsii bull ling s<
constructed  would,  It is j
������ ..   fin     roof    As
the - mo, thness an I ihi  n
m ������   :-
anci   verj att aci    t, an
-. iect to be     de ti
nay color for the i of pur
chasers.
The compan ���   ��� com
nu nee the ��� rection ol th, ml al
the earliest opportunity, so iha
brick may be plac d on thi local market at as early a date as possible. It
i. anticipated the plani will be run-
ning in six months trom the allot mi nt
of shares,
The writer saw- the new brick, and
ether bricks ln a water test, and the
Pitt lake brick proved absolutely Impervious io water, while all the others
were absorbent. This will render il
,,ne of ihe best materials for house
���ui.I business blocks.
Transportation   Facilities.
The plant   will be lot ated on thi
shore ��,t  Pitt  lake, 28 miles from      ���
cli ���'.  on   ti-i-h   tidal   water,  , ;.,-__   .,,-
uiosl all the j ear round lo the ra
\- the deposit b< ttles abo\
, i el   the  companj   has a   i hai
, i-iinonii/.i-  in  opei al Ion j,  ai
no sinking, the woi ka b< lng on
.' n  into   the   embankux nt,
alieadj men lm>������ been worlds
Iiik m Bite for the plant, and ���
large cms Into   he claj, so i ha
ms maj  havi  an opportunll ��� i
In    the propi : ��� -.    nd   eelr
themselves,
All  th,. local   mat '���> I ��� will  thus   ������
fed, and the  bi Ick can    i
to   Vancouver,   Wi
igh   t li ���   dial i let   w in
at Ions   are   In   progress
, t   he no  questii n   thai  .���    ��� ���
.   ha      -   ��� . i   laid    <*u
Mew    Wi Bl nn,
an . - h  has  be, .      .
,    | P.  B    and   will .,  -1  ove
u
��� ���
 ird
i    .
moi ion
etween
:    ,. ...
;     C
_   at   ' -
a. i     ��� .  on    to
���   ���. ; ,     .., .   dred
��� ���   .ns- ii ni   ;.,     alien,1.    Il
rj   in   l he   pas-   li :      the
:;��� .    Ft.  l.'-tini-.  to ���'���'������
a    -     n     :' the pro ��� to    the
���at    this
.. en  followed oui    in
. . nil    ���   :.;���
��� p ii
du, .   to   the    it   C,  E. H.     or
i l. v. lien    .   ,   ��� - lon     Thii
11... i ;     lng . I . .,��� .... ;
i.i-   Bte\      '��� he work    of
Ing bad  bi ed
portioi losi
ioui oni      a hall
whicb arose   :
ise   and . ng   w as
rhi      cation hrough ��� ome
.,..-.-��� is   in   tin
- be North Ai m road and be
owneis wer,- not satisfied with
.- mpi ;.-... ion ifl ��� : . ir ci mpulsory
n i '.,- ��� �� as .,, t, i hi i.e-:
thai the lini ran a i near the waterfront that t bat pa rt ol tbi it propi i;.
���.vhich remained was so little value for
frontages 'ha: it was praci cally use-
,   airman T. J. Trapp was si   n ,-    hess.   The line wai  Bwung a little fur-
���    emoon     j   a     New-     repre ther   north,  and   though   it   still     runs
Ive    Th,    nterview lasted ab    : through  the  market   gardens    enough
""������   minute,    I  ring   whicli   time   Mr. ro0m has been left for th.. waterfront
gave  oui   thi   information thai   |0ts,    SaUsfactory  arrang nts were
a num ier oi accounts had been pas - also made as to compensation for dis-
A   polit,   q    stion  as  to  w .i-.-t n-_ possession.
lublic was entitled to know wuat steel lia, been laid all along, and an
ired   il       .,     board    meeting easj   grade has   been   secured       The
lently    annoyed    Mr.    Trapp.    He track has  not yet been ballasted, and
turned hii   back  upon   the questioner this wil] prove an important item as
and walk-d awi ,},.. ground is very soft In places, and
A rumo               effect "1"' Trustee has   a   bad  foundation,   in   spite    ot
���*   -'            "Sign   as    a    protest the efforts  whicli   wen   taken   by  the
engineers at the tim*- wh.-n the allgn-
igainsi  th,        - ... r in whicli the flaj
��� tion w - being handled having mem Was laid out
!)een ^'������- ag ihe day, that \\ p. n the ballasting gangs have
genUeman ivas Interviewed tor con- :i������.. their work there Is little doubt
nrmation  or  denial.     He    authoriz, l that the work of electrifying the sec
��� N'ews to state that he would re* tlon, which in all is nine and three-
mam a tm n, er of ih^ school hoard quarter miles long, will be undertaken
until his term of office expire!. Sl) ,h;it the city can be pui into corn-
twelve months hence. ,,mention    with     Eburne,    and    the
The terms ol office of three of   the merchants  secure som,- par   of    the
five ni>.in,ers of the hoard expire   this
trio    cons sting    of    John
Pi ck,   !..   Thorn  er   and   D.   S.   Curtis.
���.  will    run    for    office
un lersti od that   Mr.
tis  will  retire.    Mr,  Thornber    is
the onlj on   ol these three who favors
_  ol the Canad.nu ensign, hi
having        i  a staunch  advocate    oi
from  the  first.    Mr.  Curtis ���
-. po ii  Canadian emblem some *
tim,    ago,     iUI    has    latterly   changed   *
his views     Mr. Trapp is also a  Bup*
......;   ,.���   imp, rial emblem.
Fragraentarj  Information secured In
various    ways    tend    to    show    that
Thursday's meeting   was  one of    the  *
tnoai interesting ever held by the local   *
s-  which  now  goes ti   Vancouvi : over the Lulu island railway.
**>*��-����<.��������������<�������������.
���
���
���
GRAFT  PROSECUTOR   SHOT.
San Francisco. Nov. 13.���
Francis .1 Heney, prosecutor
In the graft chargi - againsi
Schmidt, Ruef and othei   nota-
��� -. was shot this evening by
F, Haas, an ex-jury man whose
dafuble dealings had heen ,jx-
posed by the assistant district*
attorney. Heney Is expected t<
��� cover.
loard.   The trustees were closeted un- [ *
til   well   aftei   niidnighi,   almost   the  ������������������������������������������������*���
��� nth.   timi   being taken up with dis-   ��� : ��� - ��� ���   ^
cussions on ih��� flag question, Tins- lettei being that the Westminster
teej Thornber and Peebles lighting tor|board was ihe onlj one in the prov-
th, Canadian emblem and the otherIrnc, raising objection to the flying of
members upholding the claims the Union .lack, it also pointed out
.a the inion Jack. Finally, when ii thai while it was the wish of the ne-
was end, in that uo decision satis- partment thai the Imperial tlag be
:.i . ti the minority could bi disnlaved the niattei remained op
reached, the adjournment   was moved   ��� una; with the trus t
���    md il     'l'h ���  motion not b< ing      in     .,   ,ta lon
u the nu etlng  bj   tht   t hail man   ai ���       ..-   thai tl
Me .,-    I'hornber and   Pi ��� ib _  manl
tr. 1
, -ontinui tl on Pagi   E -
....   ival     -.     leaving
W   .   ,i       anj   anion    was
; ik, n  . ould noi  b ��� leai ned.
i . . tated    ���, sterdaj
,.���    minutes   al
i 'i ��� in .,        ���    ;     ������ ould bi   productive
.,     . ion        nol    ��� i pecial 1 j
i indei stood I hai   the   motion
,   w is  no    vol d on   bi fore
-.-, .       a      cted,
\ , nical on    irom    I ton.    i >r.
. er   ol    education,    was
a   meeting;, the tenor   of t he
\ .      \ ancouvei
board I  of    this
r, and which haa 1 rded
-,,   h,    .,  m    'llw
���     ���   i   ��� I   fl)      ihe,
''nan.i m     , iii a     A  protest  lu,    also
��� i  from the  Bum y  dis
trict, aci ordlng to Mr, Thornb. r.
Fi i,iu  pi, si in   Indications  the i ��� t
tion or three triiBtei b for    i!"1;,    will
:  i n iwo issue-, the Rag question
and op, n  mei tings of ihe board
and anj further Information thai anj BUbscribei  wishes to know, i shall be pleased  to  give them  such   particulars at in., office,
Ladles oi  mini, men are Invited to Bubsi -1 ���
lSi"'c I.l E, J. F \ni_n. Promoter
PITT   LAKE   BRICK   AND CEMENT    COMPANY,   LIMITED.
To the Directors of the  Pitt  Lake  Bri;k & Cement Company,   Limited,  New Westminster,   B. C.
(lentl, men,    i her, ������ ���"" for
snare ,  abovi  named Companj of One Hun
dred  ($11    Dollan each       I      I :-    '��� ���    :,-'; number of thai    i   and  i  herebj  agre,   to
oi  . -,.  similar n .,;,..
ollows:
Twi nty per cen i ': '  ��� mil pal i     _nd i au
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KNOW WHAT  YOU   EAT
Health, W
and Strength
Are Gained by Eating Pure Food.
H
The REICHENBACH CO., Ltd.
Have Made Arrangements to Handle
Stall Fed Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal
Direct from the Plant and Abattoirs of J. Y. Griffin & Co., of Edmonton, Alberta.
EVERY CARCASS IS SUBJECTED TO GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
No possible fear of diseased meat; only the best can pass the rigid tests of the Government, a perfect guarantee.
There is no Government inspection in British Columbia; therefore
to know that you are eating carefully inspected Meats is safety
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
���-:
fl*
���
MARKET
I   REPORT
���
': ��� ANARCHISTS CREATE
I    A REIGN OE TERROR
��,.���-,:��� �����*<��#���*���-�������!���.#������_.���-*���&��� ..- j
There was not such a large market.
yesterday as usually Is the case. However, the attendance ��as fair, In spite
Of the cold weather and fog. F fling is* running high among the farmers on the condemnation of fruit for
disease by the representative of the
provincial fruit Inspector. There was
a small Quantity of live stock offered,
Armed Police Pursuing Gang
of Bloodthirsty Murderers
���Many Farms Plundered.
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
I for Sale ���:��� To Kent -:- Etc. I
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, tree of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street weet, Piione A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
TO  RENT���Seven  roomed, furnished
lions,- with one acri of ground; also
forty chickens;   ren;    $20;    Q ns
avenue and Eleventh Btreel
FOR RENT    Fn'.';, isekeeping
r i -    , lo....  iti. eautlful    view;
furnii tr   for sale. Enquire room 7.
lui ��� block.
Copenhagen, Nov. 13.���Armed police
are scouring the country todaj In
search of a band of Russian anarchist
including horses which sold at low workmen who haw been ci ating a
prices, and a few dairy cattle.    Three   re|gn Q( ^.^   plunderlng    ,���.,   ���������..
auctioneers continue to do business,     i ,
_. , ' derm
There  was a larg ���  Bupply  of  beef,'
and the demand was fair. Of mutton
aud Iamb there was a considerable'
supply, nil selling. A good deman 1
for pork was the rule, while medium
veal was no: so plentiful, a good de-
man i resulting,   The call    for   large
WANTED���Work  by tho    nay.    address Mrs. AI. Bradbury, I'. 0��� Cil
. Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
veal was limited,
Eggs are very si arce, but prices d-d
not rise above the high figures of the
' ,:   ;'��� w ,Li.,-. holding at :,:,<��� a dozen'
The demand for fowl was not'
so active, with a small offering
in the outlying di n lets daring the past week. Several days ago
J they (ired a large farm, killed the
, land steward with a n and shol
[the lariiKt*. Two days ater they
j burned a t econd faun an ' shol the
proprietor.
Tae same gang raid.,! a farm near
I'', ���iihag, ii    belonging    ���    M i   Be
the head of a prominent  Danish
, ��� -iastical     family,     shooting
stabbing him before the ol    his [
and  children.   T ���     made    off
������. taking
LOST���A leather pocket   book   con-
tainlng some money.    Finder please       Ma'e  and  Female   Me.p   Promptly
b-ave at this  office or    J.    Watson. Furnished.
tea,,,,ter,   ,-���   I.   Williams,    Sapper* COLUMBIA    and     Mcl\i:..ia.EY    STS..
ton.
, ���  NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
OFFICE GIRL  WANTED.  Applj   P.O.  t>h��'"e  **-���'���                       p. O. Bo*  88b
Box 253,  City.  ,	
deuce   duties   b) CO .-
' Iand own,!   so
than eighty   (80)
i the vicinity of hi    b   .    tead
ownership iu Ian .
requirement.
Ci)   if the father I '��� if i^
[father Is deceased! ol a homestead-.!
; nas permanent res!den e on farming
' land owned solely by him. not less
j than eighty  (80)   acres la extent, In
the vicinity of the homestead, or up-
|on a homestead  entered  for by htm
A lu the vicinity, such homesteader mav
perform his own residence duties W
living with the father (or mot.berl.
(4)    Tne term "vicinity" in tbe two
preceding paragraphs Is defined
TO RENT���Furnished rooms from
J1.50 per week up, Steam heated,
bath an l ni,, i- rn conveniences, Apply the Vendome, or to Mrs. Arch-:
er, Ro; al i lafe I foi mei Ij I..,--1,
NOTICE.
TME =
, wit'
The   *v
u ith everything they cou
requirements    wen    satisfactory    for.  , ' .    '.
, . , ,, ��� the rings trom the fingers ol his ..it
chickens mid  broil rs.    A  tew  geese     . . ,,   , ,
n;,,. wa   stabbed In the bai .
came In and Uien  was a Fair offering  	
ol d icks,
Fruit was nol largelj offered, and
again a number of boxes of apples
were condemned bj the fruit Inspector. Tin' call for N ' i stock wa , sat-
Isfactory. The potatoes were again
over supplied, u itn a consi -i u nl
limited demand.
The offering of vegetables was .i.r,
and the produce met with a ready
sale, including principally onions, ear-
rot., and turnips.
r.��h*.
Official  Quotationc.
Beet', forequarters, 7c to 8c,    bine'
quai ters, Ic to 6i .  .. uttt n, lie; lamb, J
!_.'(-: pork, **1-e to 8Vic; veal, medium,
lie, large, 7c; , ggs, retail, per dozen, ���
61 t. wholetwle, per dozen, 50c; butter,!
i er Hi., 86c to 40c;  fowl, per   dozen,'
$7.00 to $8.00;   chickens,   per   dozen,
$6.00  to  $6.60;   broilers,   per    uo_.irti, I
$1.i)ii to $6.00; ducks, $9.00 to $10.00;
gees,., each, $1.26; apples,   per   box,
7..e to $1.00; potatoes, per ton, $11.no
to *1_.\0O;  carrots, per Hack, tide; turnips,    per    sack,    60c;    onions,    per
sack, 11.25. J
Royal Cafe
i Lute Lei
Entirely   New   Management
Proprietress,     MRS.    ARCHER
QUICK   SERVICE
���  EXCELLENT CUISINE
0} 1,-rs on the half Bhell,
Game and fowl In season,
Meal Hours:
Breakfast 6 to 11 a, m.
Lunch   ll ;30 to _ p, m.
Dinner .... 5:30 to 7:30 p. m,
Llghi  Refreshments and Short
Orders at all  hour..
OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block.      Entrance Columbia and Hlxih sis.
A   Bpi cial    meeting   of   the    it  ('.
Fishcrmi a'    i nion  n ill    be held   on
_    Saturdaj aftern ion, Nov, L4th, at '-���.���'���>
WILL the teamster who brought down oolock'    in    Hardman's    Hall,    New
the blocks and  tai,-. ... toi    ialntlng Wei ""-',
���    :������  Brackman-Ker whari for   Joe     A"  Bsbermen are  speclall)   Invlti
Tambo i _     four week   _ ��� , ; li ase "' "-ttend
notlft J   Lynn, wharfinge r   WELDON.  President,
��� _____ P   PETERSON, Secretary.
ALL kin i ol ikln - - mm | and
dressed - I ameron, i:i Twi Ifth
Btn et. P. o    lox 7:;:
VOLUNTEER     BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
WARNING   TO  PURCHASERS.
Every asslgnmeni of the right oi a
South  African  Volute, r entitled to a
land  grant  must    be  by   way  of
polntmenf ol a   iibsiltute and must be
in the form provided by the Act.
Special  attention  is called  to Subsection ;; ,,f Sei tlon 6 of the Volunteei
Bounty Act, 1908, which provides that I ^Ynin7no7more"than nine miles in
no assignment of the right of a vol- L (lire(.t |liu,   exciusiV-. nf the WW*1
imieer by the appointment or a su;>- f of roaJ  a1i0wanoea crossed   In   **"
stltute shall be acepod or recognized | measurement.
by the  Department    of  th-   Interior     ,.-,,   A  tiomesteadei   Intending   w
which is not executed and dated after j llt.rPorni   his   residence    lutlea   lo   '
the date of the warrant for the land| oordance with the abovi
grant Issue! I , the Minister of BCllltla}wttta parents nr on farming land own*
and Defence In favor or the volunteer, ed by himself musl notlfj  the ag*11'
.1. W. OREENWAY, for the distrlcl of such Intention
Comm Jsloner of Dominion        six months' notice in ��
Lands. Ottawa.
'������th September   1908,
tie given to the Comm        ���   "f ]y>
minion Unds al Ottawa, t
I to apply tor patent,
\V,  v.    -
Deputy ol tbe Mini tei
nor:/,-*:    iDl |
i:    Unautt
idvertlsemenl
ROFESSIONA...
TO    RENT    ��� ulti    furnished   t iom .
suitable fot  light housi   ��� -,!,_   ^y
ply to Ah-,   Speck,
WANTED- Board and room In private
famllj by young man. Apply A. this
office.
F.   II A N S KOI1 D.    Barrister.
Sodcitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner      Columbia     and     McKeuzle
streets, New West minster. B. fl.
WANTED���Pupils for violin and man-;
doliti;       fees       mo li-::r-. \,| |i*egg
Box   I .7,  City,
A.VIII'JAI.l.l.K, BARRISTER, SO*
��� llcitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House New WestmiU
sler.     I'ho'ie  143,
; wM;
HITESIDE  &  EDMONDS, Barrli-
���ynopsit    of    Canadian     North-Wee
Homestead   Regulations.
Auy even numbered oectlon of Iio-
miuioii lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting S aud 2'J,
not reserwi, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent ��r one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application   for   entry      must.     be
C
QOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
WANTED���Nursing, ,��� daily work by
English woman.    Apply Box 937,
ers and solicitors, Blackie H!k..
Columbia street, New Westminster.
VV. .1. Whiteside, II. I,. Kdmonds.
TO LET���-Furnish,-1 bedroom.    Apply
139 Dickenson su, et, thi  i  e icent,
MARTIN  &   McQUARRIE,   BARKIS*
ters, solicitors, etc.   Offices, New
WANTEDQood plain   sewing   neatly I Westminster,   Trapp   Block,   corno
done    Apply .Mrs. J, Simpson, Ash i Clarkson and I_orne streets.
street. P. O. Box 937 !- ���������������
GEORGE D. MARTIN. Barrister and
Solicitor, Oulchon  block, Colum
Jones.
Ma and McKenzie streets. N;,w West
minster. B. C.
V E S T M I N S T K R EMPLOYMENT
agency���Under new management,
266 Columbia sti-eet, Phone 366  P.O.
W. MYER8 GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
Curtis block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 160.    Telephon. 64.
POST CARDS
ARE  NOW   ON  SALE  aT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY STORE
__,.���     .���.    ���.,���,,,      ���m      ���.   J��   G>    QAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVp"and
made  ln person   by  the  applicant  at j MACKENZIE'S    DRUG   STORE
a Dominion Lands Agency    or   __ub-|���-rnE FAIR," Columbl-1 street-
agency for the district  iu   which the !
land Is situate.   Entry by pto��y may, |
however,  be  made at un  agency  on I
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of j
an intending homesteader. I
The homesteader Ib rejulred to per '
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and Begbie.
Hlgh ess Moving  .'--  Mim
Illus-
vr
form the homestead duties under one i tratod Song's.   Program
of the following plans- \fc\y, Wednesday and ���'rkI'1-'
(1) At least six months' residence
���ipon  and  cultivation of the land  Ini
each year for three vears.
(2) A nomesteader may,  If lie lo
dsslres,  perform  the    required    roil-)    To INCREA81
i
A OVERT I SH.
��� IN -
���E     'VwBffllN**
*   ;      __
'     ie'��    ���<. ' SAT
THE DAILY NEWS.
THREE
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprisii)   the Northern Hank and the Crown Bank of Canada,
, under authority of -ici of I
,""  _____
HEAD OFFICE      - WINNIPEG
Cupltal Authorized	
(Paid up) 	
.   Undivided Profits 	
throughout Alberta, British Colun 0ba, t m
and Sa katchewan.
Cana .    ' Association Monej  0 der
VANCOUVER LIBERALS
ELECT OfflCERS
r
Large Number of New Mem-
1)1'!    Enrolled in Associa-
Mclnnes Advises.
tion
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
Va
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Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
��BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
'Phone   105.
��� NEW WESTMINSTER
.   ll!.��� I ti- !���-   *
at   the  annual   nn '
al   issoclation in    the
n   : , ���  night,    .,:,in
. u      occu ,i,-1
.:,   .  cir-
e sent e d 1 : [!
��� numbi r of new mem i ,rs
'. \V,  B.  Mclnm -   ,- ,'iti:::..   :
��� ��� ! alui    ���     ���-I ci Ions    on
,; I,.-��� .   med fr im
'  elecl lon, and  sh     - I    the I
the  re,
need tbi   ih,   ��� ��� .pi in
ornii overn
in Vane      ��� pri
|i
W.   W.   !!���
p. O. Box   345
RE- FROHT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH.
rHfHr___flH_,��S 5_Sac__E_i__J_SS___U___IH_B
.HENRY'S1
\    ��� .������ d Tested Stock.
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
FARM    GARDEN,
i ik   CONSERVATORY.
.���arletles; ri asonable
borers,   scale   or
lamage stock, No
to annoy you.
Ice lot of fruit trees
:.���       tall    trade.
Pear, Plum    and
7,1,,,,,,, Apple, In leading
.   ��� 100, 1     mall    trull
home grown and
agal on trom bear.
, 00 Bulbs for tall
lice    grass    .-
toi 1..    Buy    diri  *
thai  gTOW8,
Bee     Supplies,
Materials, Cut    Flow-
MADE IN CANADA
XT*
m,:.
ent,
lie:
Mclnn
P     .    nl    T, F. >.',-    i .
1 .i.  ll.  Sen
Second ���       ���       I.  S. Fi
��sid   : . aln    Mc
lnnes,
Si cn tarj    T, S. Mack
Tn isurei    \\. B,  Flume   ���- t,
Exi cutive- -Ward 1     .',-,-    .1. Scl 1-
ter     G.   F   nil,son.  R.   Kelly, Charles
P v.   Ham      ilu- ��� ''���
Gram      Wa D er, M
A. .\i. ',' son, Georj Dan
Se wart, J. Duff Stuai 1. D Taylor, j
Ward :; Messrs, G< orgi McCuaig, lf.
P. McLennan, William McRae, W. :
Clark, George Symons, David Macdonald. Ward I��� Mi --1 _, It. Macpherson, S. Ramage, D. Carmichael, T. G.
Wall, J.  l-J.. Norcross, W.  Macfarlan
Ward  .*,- Messrs. T. S.   Baxter, .1.  X.
Stewart, Peter Wylle J. Cashman, S,
Desbrlsay, C. B. Patterson.    Ward 6
Messrs. James Stables,   \. 1!   Bush, R.
B. McAllister,  Bert  Stewart,    George
Underwood, Thomas Storey.
READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY
For making SOAP, ��oftenin(. water, re.
moving old paint, ili.inf-i tin.- flinkl.
clot-ts and draini and for many other
purroiet.    A can equals 20 Ibj. Sal Soda.
Sold Evei      . ������
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
. Toronto, Ont.
PANAMA CANAL CLASSED
AS GOLD BRICK SCHEME
Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY
Greenhouses   and   Seedhou**es.
Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
.  \.irsery South Vancouvi r,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Washington      State      Senator      Holds
Radical Views on Big Ditch Project���Supports Cannon.
ID
!
Office  'Phone  18b.      Barn  'Phon,
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly
any  *>art of tae city.
[Nurseriesg Light and Heavy Hauling
���*___?: ..:;-_.-ffiK-ji^cunsivva��
OFFICE���TPAM   DEPOT.
Portland,   Ore..   Now    13.���  I    ,.
with Speaker Cannon thai the Pana mi
i '.mal.   as  at   pn seni   |i i iect, ,1.   is
137  g iid brick," sai i Senatoi Ankenj j esta rday.
to I !.,��� Washington senato        th,   Ore
gon hotel, was quite fi ee in hi _ di --
cus lon of events. He said that in the
conference before the committee expon engineers irom France, Germany,
England and other countries, agreed
| In their opinions that the lock system,
C    C "D   A \ZT^)"\J A    ",IW  being carried out,  uas not feas
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings  between
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission aud way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves    Brackman  At   Ker    wharf
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland,   BoStOn,    New   Westminster.   Tuesdays,   Thurs-
���,.l,,..,I1,..s,...nll.rrt���f   clays and  Saturday  atJ. a   m.
I ��� lTAR1(    QUE|EC and   the MARI.       Leaves  Chilliwack Wednesday.  Fri. | Canal. ,., l.einunj
.-.  ir< ivi Ner-' day and Sunday at 7 "' m"
���*��� ,   ' KmiN* ��� ��� ��� ,.*,���. ,.���,,., ,,,,] partlculaw, apply
PALO, NEW Yi>I.I. and
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
MA, via Niagara Falls.
les, etc., :, " *
GEO.   W.   V/.*_.X.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   D.   C.
it.  WHITMORF  s tary,
��� " ���     and   '��� . .' i   ____.
:        St..  I   t'leiiL'n, 111.
Tel. 53,       Res. 42H
Eitlm*t>es  Submitted.
Westminster..
Works
Ible and that it would cost this govern-
in, nt $210,000,000 to change it <>'��:��� to
n water-level canal, which would have
to be done eventually.
I .mt one member of the committee
having the Panama Canal legislation In
hand." said Senator Ankeny. "Whj
ishould Uattltrships, for Instance, be
hiked up in the air thirty or fortj feet,
when thej might just as well run across
the Isthmus on a level ? The engineers we had before us told of the Man-
ch, ster Canal, in England, the Kiel
and the Suez canal. In K'-yi'i. ii"11' o( which has locks
and   ail  of whicl   a'e working  satis-
I'ncli     Cannon exi i
,,,,   m    | h.,   win n  he   said   thai   the
e , , n  handi tl a '.-"' '
scheme." H
Iron
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
irerB of
BN   Iron   Gates,   l-ences.   Crest
'B��, Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
Ge"eral Machine Wcrk and
BUCKSMITHING
Ice  and  Work.:
New Westminster
j. McClughan
NT AND AUDITOR
��1 ITI bCT   A  Hardman.    A. James.
S T O V E S^^^^^^^���
AND   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl! \iZ
Conveyancer
. : '���   '0.   Crine  Elock
Hip, Mp> Hooray
i me  night,     lonit    j ears   ago   '������'" "
I       u,d duly, the Btars of Hipl Hip!
Hii,:   Hooraj!"  who  wlll   be seen ;" j
il,,. opera H- use on Wednesdaj nlgl'l
November Is. were tlrt>a.��lng at a San
,:,:,., o theatre, n card was broughl
ih,'iu, bearing the name of Joseph
Jefferson-   A mopieni  later, the mosl
,:, tingulshed  actor <>n the  legitimate
stage of America was ushered Into the
presence of the delighted young actors,
ip.   complimented them both on : ' '
j quality  of their work,  told them  how
1 much   he   had   enjoyed   Iheir   conu ilj.
.,iiii  turning to Rice said:   '���'"" eel'"
tainly have learned how to listen, aad
, vou   looked so s,.lions  while  you  W< re
doing ic  thai  you doubled the  value
of your partner's work.   That Is ;ir|-
Ing my boy."
Rice and Cady are the successors ol
���,.',,. i-  und   Fields,    German    nut mat
TINWARE.      PLUMBING   .,.���,���.lliims.   ;,,���,   in   "Hip!   Hip!   Hip!
Hooraj '���" they are seen In the blggeP'
ucceas thai Jos,  Weber's music ball
known lu recent  years,
The Malleable
Sole Agents
HARDMAN & CO.
P. O. Box 795
SSJOKSHa
SOUTH WESTM/fifSTtt;
BMMMpi������������ ' ��� -^a-^**-,     .... .....  �����*- ���^^������it
^
���pi/9/y���
*or suBD/v/s/orr or.
'LL7T9mG21��^MC36.r/��k>5��^5.mor5��^S��C2SJ^./yjr^S3/J2.'
,       ~T-��m*a*a^m*~*  ' . - .   -    ____���_im   r,_____________��____-__--- _
v* rv ...
Is good, and in its miry depths the bad politicians of the east will wallow for
the next 20 years, but we of the more favoured west and youngest of all in the
family of confederated provinces have been forgiven, and even though we have
been awfully naughty let us climb out of it, for do we not hear the Great Liberal Chieftain's cheery voice promising us absolution, and stating that he intends carrying out his program of developing the great west in spite of the
fact that we have not been very good to him.   So, there, with three cheers for
Laurier, the l��!egtiariimous,
let us get into the game again. Our prosperity is assured in spite of what the
croakers predict, and this great country must continue to grow by leaps and
bounds for years to come.
OURS IS POSlTr. ELY the only sub-division on the market through which the
Chilliwack tram runs. Others are advertised as fronting on the tram, etc.,
and ii. one case, it is said, their proprietors even went so far as to try to persuade a surveyor to plant stakes across his sub-division, marked to represent
the B. C. Electric tram line. This is about the limit, and such criminal attempts at misrepresentation should be severely punished.
We have our reputation for honest and fair dealing to sustain, and when
we state that we believe there is no better chance to make money than by investing right here, we bear that fact in mind.
The work of placing ties along the line is being pushed ahead and in a
short time the rails will be laid throughout the first section to Cloverdale. We
have a number of choice blocks left in our 900 acre sub-division at South Westminster, and now is the right time to secure one, or better still, two of them.
When cars commence running prices must jump right up, and at no point
along the whole route to Chilliwack will such marked advances be noticeable
as at this end, where our principals practically control the situation. When
this splendid subdivision is sold out, which cannot be long at the rate the 5-acre
blocks are now going, they will subdivide and put on the market another 1000
acres. The prices, however, will be more than double what they are at present,
so don't put off, or one of the chances, which only come occasionally in a lifetime, will pass by.
Vou will readily understand what it will mean to have about 2000 acres of
good land, which up to the present has lain idle, practically in sight of New
Westminster, subdivided and settled on by hundreds of prosperous and happy
families.
Why, prices simply must climb right up, and aim >st before we are aware
of it, reach the same level as at ('entral Park, on the Vancouver and Westminster line, viz., $1,000 per acre.
Stop!   Think!!   Act!!!
I
Our carriages go over every day.
half an hour to drive over.
Any hour will suit US.    It only takes
i
Dominion Trust Co.,
T. R. Pearson, Manager LIMITED
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Also for sale at  MALE   BROS.&  CO.  and
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Published by tbe Daily .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth aud Front
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
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!��� Emperor Dead,  Empress Dying.
��� Pekin, -Nov. 13.���The Bm-
i ��� peror is dead. It is reported
j*> that the Empress Dowager al.o
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��� explain the two    edicts    issued
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SATURDAY.   NOV.   14   1908.
THE DEFERRED ELECTIONS.
The results of the polling In Kootenay and Yale-Cariboo is a surprise to
om- Tory friends, as well as to ourselves. In the full sense of the word
it would have been a victory for the
Opposition if registered In the full
flood of battle, but in the face of a
Government in power, strongly entrenched, there must be some reason
uot upon the surface why the electorate should speak so emphatically.
Majorities in the polling stations
seem to be almost as universal as
they are inexplicable1, lu the constituencies in question the Oriental
controversy cannot have been an issue as it was on the coast, neither
could these mining districts have ob-
_|FHANG0-CANAD1AN TREATY
MAY SOON BE ABROGATED
CONTEST FOR MAYORALTY
LIKELY  IN  NANAIMO
Unless   France- Takes   Immediate   Action,    Dominion    Will    Consider
Proposals of Powers.
Ottawa, .Nov. 13.���Failing ratification of the Franco-Canadian trade
convention of last, year by the French
senate at its present session, it is
altogether probable that the Canadian
government will give formal notice of
abrogation of the existing treat)- j.i
negotiated by Sir Charles Tupper In
1893.
I'nil, r the conditions of the latter
treaty, Canada is practically precluded
jected io the granting of a subsidy on1!'''*-*'" entering Into anv preferential
lead exports and it is equally certain tariff agreements with other foreign
thai, the tariff did not enter into the countries, because Of a clause In the
struggle.   In the case of Duncan Ross  treaty which compels Canada to give
we can readily see that all the force
and Influence of the Canadian Pacific
Railway was against bim   on account
Nanaimo, Nov. 13.���Aid. Barlow
announced himself as a candidate I
th,. mayoralty, and will .te in the flf_
In January next to win. Ex-Aid. Hod
son bas also announced himself as
Candida--,   and   if   no   more   aspinan'-
take the held the contest between tlu
two should prove Interesting.      r.
Aid.  Harlow     and     Ex-Aid.   Hodgson
have  a   large   number of   friends    In
the city, and the outcome of the contest   will   be  looked   forward  to   with
a great deal of interest.
Get the Habit
Hurrah for
Santa Claus!!
This gentleman has just paid as
a visit and lefl the very best of
his toys���he has given The Fair
the first choice of everything lie
had, and made our store his head-
quarters for the Christmas season. Considering the above, can
you wonder that our i<>> displa)
is th,- finest aud largest evi
seen here ?
to France iand her colonies benefits of
the Canadian minimum tariff against
any other country.   In the new treaty,
Of his fight  for railway competition in j negotiated last year by Fielding   and | Saucers. 25c
Southern   British  Columbian,  but    we j Brodeur,  this   clause   was   eliminated j
cannot   see   why  the electorate could j and ft way opened for Canada to ,-nter
be so led away as tt
redoubtable champion    of    iheir    In
terests I" so desired, without   at    the    same
In the ease of Smith Curtis.    over|Ume  oe,nS compelled   to    extend    to
Our   Special   for  Today     Is
Bonn"     Dresden     Ware      Cups
Each.
Royal
and
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REID & CO
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Our  line of Smart   Suits tor  Voung Men are Ailing
i   want" in the  heart of many a swell Young in,.
We have  the  styles thai appeal to the Young M
keen Interest In bis persona] appearance,
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The new medium length,  shai
collar and lapels, cuffs on sleeves
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I)'   out   Coat. Villi
"��* handsome hanging
md the many  little effects that go to making   .
ments, combine to
PLEASE THE SMART YOUNG DRESSER
$10       $12       $15       $18       $20     to     $30
our Bwell Suits wnl
in appearance,
.he the Young Man a high
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WINTER UNDERWEAR
Now  we're read)   with the winter weight, in chol
urn down the  into   reciprocal  trade    treaties     with
i Germany,  Belgium or other countries
confidence in the prestige of ihe new
Governmenl lease of power induced
the party to rest their case. Viewed
broadly there has been a case over
ihe entire province of careless over-
confidence,    such    as    possessed    the
Tories in  1896, which will ever result' ConSe(lu,'ntl-    '    the
in disaster and defeat.    Weak leadership,  a comatose  rest fulness  ou    the
Franc   all   the   concessions   granted
these countries.
The treaty of 1893 is of little pi_tc-
tical value to Canada. The only item
of export benefitting to iany extent by
a reduced French tariff being lobsters.
French senate
continues opposition to the new
treaty,   Canada     '11   lose   nothing by
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New
Westminster
"Headquarters of
Santa  Claus."
"We buy for cash
and sell for the
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WE'VE THE BEST MILLS' BEST!
JAEGER'S    and STANFIELD'S  choice   all   wool   gar-
Every texlle Is represented  In all weights and  sizes..
 51.50, $2.00. $2.50. $3.00 to $7 the suit
There is no better tim. than now  to bu)
:
REID & CO.
THE
Outfitters
Z Phone  442
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pari of both Dominion .and Provincial; abn,"'llion of  **-*- existing treaty ami
will   .e  in a  position  to consider reciprocal   tariff  proposals with    other!
European powers,
leaders and the lack of forceful offsets to the slanderbund have all contributed their share in placing British Columbia in opposition to the
greater Provinces In the Confederation. Th,- higher councils of me
did not si em to realize that a
. lung ind new elemenl would speak
ai lhe polls and therefore did uot
tab,, th, initiative to mould the
though! and annex the support of this
new fore,. Reconstruction, organization, and well directed energy wi
give bad. to the Liberal leader the
Bupporl from British Columbia to
which he and his Gov, rnmeni are
justl) entitled, and in this constitu-
��� a, *   ader mind.,  musl i mitted
to govern the council ol the Lib.ral
., ��� ��� and there should be a loyal
ei ii- ci a.,. of theii direction - :' at
fairs, and a greater concern exhibited
for party welfan than for individual
prestige. Though oar mistakes have
been (ostly. the errors mad,- can m
fully corrected, and with a unity tor
our common cause, Liberalism will
again carry her banners to victory
and  the Might  will  be ��� ff.aceil.
No definite news has been received
from Paris as to whether or noi the
French government can induce the
- -Hat,- to ratify the treaty during
pres.-ni   gesslon.
CHOICE   MEATS
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.\T THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Av6nue
PHONE 370
BOWELL &  ODDY.  FroD*-ifftoi*��
(JET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE VP AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and Blackie  Street.
F  C^ R A K F Wex' S-Mrts porting
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo.   Adam*,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold W'atcuea  from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's    Silver    Watch**"     open
LCI .  $6.00.
tieatletnen'8 Sliver  Watcnes,   dcuhle
se, $7.50 up.
gent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, su;.ailed to the Wellman
Arctic  Expedition.     MI  warranted.
Chains, Rings. Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch    repairing;     cnarges    reason*
��nle
jaj ladies' flair Dressing!
H
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M;usage  and  Scalp Treatment
Specialty
Corner  Of Sixth  and  Columbia.
Guns an i bum
im   ��� lias,  typew . I
tc. aad all kindi
machine! v   repaired
ALEX. SPECK
nbia SI ���       ���
FOR SALE CHEAP.
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1 im  top for expn
.. on ! hand go
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck  Block,
Phone 2;.T
(.ear Tram Office.
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Rovers   Will    Meet   Celtics     in     First
Home    League    Game���College
Seconds Have   Fixture.
Two    '.-a.. ..     b,,, a   [oi   dl ' ISl Hi
toda)   ai   Mood)   square, the    Rovers
Ihi    '  , ll  CS   ill   a   BenlOl      ie.ua"
. ai   : ,,. i, and Columbian
.  i ������ nlzi     th    V.\
��� i;.   rom v.
are j lu; log much   the \
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.- ��� ,      n   h imi   el ren  ha\ -
. hangi.  .md the Celtics four
twen :. a. I out i
ial    i   on   ��� h n   Westmin   ��� .
. ���;,        ��� :���  ..I    The line-up will   .   i
OllOW . :
Westminster. Celtli -.
H *11< tl       Goal       Hoi a
l-.ii by        Hacks       Sean
I., amy     Rosa
Carse   il.-ii.i.      Payne ,
8a '.��� j er   McK inzle!
Brio    Knowles
llayc Forward     Sum ion
Reid    Dargie
Mi Gowan    Viner
Caydzien   Nan. on
I lumsden  Robertson
Kef, ree   Mr, il,, I,
'I'h ��� i Columbian college Becond team
nill bo: Goal, Bourni . backs, Lai mer,
M on al; half backs, Bom l< .1 me��,
, al el) ; forward . Wells, Houle, Bar-
i ii ,ia. h. McDonald and Meyers,
v   A   c:    Coal, Bloomfield; backs,
lohn   D, .lolmslen. Wllliscrol'i ,   halve ,
���.' an.   Woods,   Saunders;    forwards,
i',   'rii r, Vo. ii-. Oun i, Douglai and
���* n.
We're showing Three Dollar and a Half
shoes that will surprise every man that
wears moderate priced shoes and who has
never seen our $3.50 shoes.
Meii's fine Blucher cut boots, made of box
calf, with two double soles through to the
heel, a boot equal in many respects to a
regular $5 shoe.   Our price .$3.50 a pair.
Men's fine Vici kid Bluchers, made with
neat kid top, fit for the best dresser in
town ; $3.50 a pair.
Men's heavy kangaroo - grain Bluchers,
made with a hand-rivetted, double solid
sole, leather sole, and waterproof; $3.50
a pair.
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WHY IS IT SO?
acKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot
hoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
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HEATING STOVES
them,
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tl yo i wanl a heater ror ..,:'    u bard coal or wo  I   ������' ���> '���
Oxford Plorance, Oxford Oaki      indsome In appearance md  i
h  ,   . nli kle trimmings,   Also       ���  range of alrtlghl h
Do   not   forget    to   call    in   and   Inspect    our  Oxford   and    l>
Ranges, the ranges that give real g-enuine sattafactlon.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
The man interested in good shoe:; at
a moderate price
v.ill do himself a
good turn by investigating our $3.50
Shoes.
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GOING UP
an over town you will si
Ings in which our man
elng need.    C< i
fri w and thej ��
standing, solid and
day they were built,
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get our building ma
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Great Upheaval of
PRICES
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C ; ���:-.  one.   II will ma**-1  v'l;:
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Westn .- < r,.ij,.4    up   ���*
Women's    club
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-   Westminsti r memb,: .,
Ready- to -W
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DEPARTMENT
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$10 and $15 FURS for
$8.50
.  thi   Inter-city   tele-
' ��� ague      yesterday
[; even
Clear   I ���    Igars of    exclusive
[merit���the "Brillante,"  made by  the
! 0- C. Cigar factory '*
The �� men's a ixillarj of ihe Royal
Columbian isj ��� will meet after the
Local Coin: ,,* Women rm Monody
afternoon at thi . of trade room.
Smoki   >:   ,   . Ch.   Mixture. **
The   Rlthei   has    n ��� ���   consigned  to
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be  Im ay ev, nin$    I   Hale i
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Bi ���* state office,   when it   is
expec , flnai .decision r gi
in.1- a :.,,    proposed   oo-1
operati. store  wil]  be reached
Goo .    . s,   T.i  cents  per sack.y
Kyle's, Fron   si **
\   .       . thi  building commit-
tee ol    I ,   Royal Columbian hospital
ivas . esti rdaj    afternoon    in j
the citj  hal       A.ftei  the d, spa   I
Ends of Roils in Inlaid Linoleum
$1.50 line for, per square yard   75c
$1.25    "    "     '���       "       "      60c
$1.00    "    "     "       "       "      50c
���     - .   BE CLEARED OUT
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lome Street.     Phone 73.
the "boneyard    .,���  Lulu Island, where  business ,   mmitte,   adjourned toj
sh ���   will   share  the   solitudi   of    the
Transfer durli . months.
In  yesterday    from
the hospital to look over the isolation
icotta :������- . ,  coursi    ,1  construction.
���'j  The   l-'l;.'������
i o   I  ui, -miili   �� i      ,    ,.nl of coa
Cla ���   .
Kyle's, From si.
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��� ;;     '  sample line   if  furs  embracing  all  the new
. I authentic styles  for 1908  in Marmol    N'ew  Zealand  Sable
. | .  Mink, throwover, colla       ind   stole A
inltj   to BOcure a real  good fur   tor   very    little
,,   Regular $10.00 to $15. $8.50
Women's $8.50 and $10 COATS
For
$5.00
Tl. ��� besl
Brsl -class
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So wen
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Nominal    :.      .     ottlcei       I   Amity
i ���   N'o. 27, 1   O.O. V.. *���*��� 111 be made
al  .Moiul.u  .���-, >n tig's ne itlng, when a
large attend ���        I   Election
of officei - place    a    week
later.
Tli,   wed ling of Gowan  Mai Gov
bursar ol the    ,rovin< Ial  :..,.-, Ital for]
the in sain    in | Miss Ma | (ford
ol   Thoma    i M.L.A.,
will  be   -olemnte ..      I    Si   An
Presb        tn    church    on Wed    _da;
aexl   .,   ���       o'clock     n moon |
w 111 b. In w ashlngton and Ore-
ion
All dealers tiandle  "B. C." and "Old      Cut  flo*. ..- and  bul     o   all kinds.
[Sport"     cigars.      The    old    reliable Tidy. **
brands.
ox cl itb and I ����� <*���
,;. n 190S sleeve
i la i
short  and    tiree-quarter lengths,  with
.  well tal  ii   l   md   strictly   up-to-date    In
They are   soli      $5X0
]! The Nlcholl - uical company, ol
i j Barnet, have applied foi ., further re-
, i or,l of live Inches of vati i f ir the
J purpose of their business trom a
��� creek flowing into Burrard Inlet. Good
. igress i - being n I - �� Ith the con-
i' struction of tl ini
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON   VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
McMenemy & Anderson
Phone 192       Pacific Ment Market       Columbia St.
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Smok,   Royal fu*.  Mix;
OPERA FLANNELS at less
than
Half Price
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Cn i     ... ������    are
thre,    diamonds;   the   total   value   of
hem la J23S  i ome and -��� e     ��� -'���
,-, be shown in our diamond room to
stones.   Horace Dorer,     **
Under the leadi ... . William X
Hicks, cboir leader of Sixth avenue ���
Method I i church, Vancouver, a vocal ���
.and Insl umental concerl will be given
in the West Mnd Methodist church on
Tuesday, N'ov. 24, when an admission
fee ol i ,vi-ni.. -ii\, c nts will be
- ia jed. Assisting Mr, Hicks in the
entertainment will be a majority ol
the Si.\,:i a. nue church choir, as well
as  a   i i   ������:    .,   .    I   Vancouver
solid -:
GOOD
Second  hand  HEATERS  at a
Snap.
Hart..}..;:.. James &  McClughan
Cor. Front and Sixth Sts.
51
Jo '
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Ini h    Ol Flannel,
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colors
for, per
...   30c
At the  trio iii ��� Ung oi  th,   Na  '
Sons  Po     :. -.'  Wednes lay, as a
. q  re  ill of the sj eel      fl <r^ made   to
;^:*  secure   al)   eligible   candidati  .   there
will be *-��� v ��� ral new  name    up foi
.., ,. i. ��� ��� ���    ivil]   follow   tli
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For SeVi .    roomed    housi',
l,aih   room, pantries,   closets,   wood-- '    ~~   !    ������������
shed; carriagi    house;   4,t0mmmmm**+***+*++***++*++**++*************+++i
fruit  trees; on   full  lot.    Vor  further  ���
i
$1.50 BOYS'SWEATERS for
odge busim ss
liar coi - igi i   by   MI
.. Hoe, St. Bai N   ���   18, al
1:15.1 **
;;:������;, ipply to owner, 192 Eighth +
treet. ** i
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, ll   liarraclou ��� I -1   '��� h In
rhe Water Ll ��� d    ��� i ��� Z
,,. :,'..! can hen "i ranks"  will  be    ;-"   f
; m   bi bough until  the ��� , Ith.    The second lee
oiler has  been  examined  th,     total ture, on "Rome and the Catacombs,'
.vill not    <��� known    The di :1.    bouse will lie given in January, and a third   J
1 een sw, pi    away,     ind
abovi with "Life In the Cannibal is-
f. HL Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
isL cks $1000 worth of damage ha    n    -::���-."  will   take place   the  folowing
me.    Sn<
issible.
aire   .- ��� a i   month.
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Nice    tastj      meal
Ki nnj 's restaurant.
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AMERICA
Shoes For !Vlen
ALL \MERICA Shoes possess certain unique
points of merit which WE know will appeal
11 YOU if you are as particular about the
' ou wear as we are about the shoes we
We Sell All America Shoes
it    all   hours
er, im      ..-    ceal    ;������     Ki nny's restaurant. **'
s, Froi        eet. ** [
A  surprise  partj  Btormed the ���''������'
M.   Parker,  coi       ed of neglecting dence ol Mr, and Mrs. Alex. Ferguson,
horBe which a,- nought in the ring Third    avenue,    yesterday    evening,
i.-t market, was fined $25, and   . ... -   thlrtj   unexpected    guests    at*
a klooehman. in  foi   drunkenness fori tending.    The     idaitora    received    B
i  ihinl time In ���'���,���   week, s.-nt down  ;,..., ;   reception from their hosts, who
Cor a month, a   th,  city police courl -.,    pre eni  time being visited
yesterday. The Indian woman will -,. \\?. ;,ni Mrs. Charles Oreen, or
[not be Imprison I 'hi returns to gan Francisco, who are spending their
j the reserve.
One of Our Mottos:
Prompt Delivery
aes i :,n.i ������ in guarantee
Canned   Goods
\\.. have jusl    received    an
��� arload    ot the      imous
Tartan Brand Canned    Good
Fruit and Vegetables.    Be
to try these good ��� before bujing
.,-.���-.,,     .   , ���, others.
Public Supply Stores GEOprAo^AMS
Columbl!   Street.
New    Westminster,   B.   C.
Prop.
Phone   92.
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Best Quality
Ra��ii1:
"Mr*-**
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!'!'��� u irll vou, young man, why All America
"Tredstrate" last marks a new era in shoe
'. YV'nv, All America "stay up" box toe
"ever "caves in," while only selected "bend"
'"!'' leather (cut from the iine3t and closest-
ed part oi \'\r hi I ���) is used, and of the
other All
Bient.
dl America  features that all point to
Sold only in this City by
The Reliable Shoe Man
..,:..   moon in this cit). the groom be-
nephew ol Mi   Fi rguson,
\   i*erj    pleasant   danci  was g vi a
me of tho    oys al  St. Gteorge i
,   owing to    ie
!������ noi   so many  prespnl
Bxpi cted.    A.a    a    mn iqui
;. id I M   led le i upon, grot,
���ii    : i ,     and  masks
, ��� : bj   thi   guests.   Those reBpon
11 ���     ,., ��� 11,    were    i
Inora and C. Nelson   I
ras C  Sham il
.        .   ,       ;.   111 | I ���   I       11 '
m and E   Dlgb      \  program   -1
h i     danci        ��� ������ ���     '
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WRITE
ou
Cannot
Cclll
Sheets,
Rolls,
! Ovals
10c, 3 for 25c
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
'Q
';' ������-   ','. ���    ��� . n  -i-i   i,ii,. ral
in the (in , room i, co i
bl    aad   Mr-Kei,/,;.- s. i n *
i and fourth Thursdays b ���
Visltln      LH trals    welcome, .     I    '���'
��� n,   ; real lent!    3,   w. Mai    *
Donald    icretary, ���*iO
i.     la lie     ed    of    the    8Wi oieh
Lutheran mission held a very suooesa
tie oi* work at the Eagles hall lasl
ilng, the idea being to raise 1180
for the purpose of home mission work
Idea la that Instead   ��r oatrylnj
through  Hi-  local   work  Irom  V.ancoii
I ver by Rev, C, u. Bwaneott, an eltorl
| will be mad,, n, establish   a   church
here as soon as  funds are    available.
i Those principally responsible for the
I   azaar   were   Mrs.  Swanson  and  Mrs.
storm. Frederick Haggman acted as
auctioneer, and among the articles offered was a beautiful lace quilt with
the names of the workers.
MY MAIL INSURANCE IS INCREASING RAPIDLY, AS MY
CLIENTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT FIND THAT INSUR
ANCE CAN   BE PLACED WITHOUT  TROUBLE  BY   MAIL.
ALL    CORRESPONDENCE  RECEIVES PROMPT AND  SATIS
l-ACTORV  ATTENTION.  WHETHER   IT IS  AN   ENQUIRY   POR
RATES OR  AN  ORDER TO   PLACE     INSURANCE.        IF     YOU
CANNOT  CALL.  WRITE   WHAT     YOU     WANT,    AND   I    WILL
GUARANTEE    SATISFACTION.
MY   RATES ARE THE  LOWEST,   AND   THE   OFFICES  I   REPRESENT   ARE   ALL  OF  RELIABLE   CANADIAN   COMPANIES.
ALFRED W. McLEOO
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.    ��
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THE  DAILY NEWS,
SATURDAY.   Nov.  ,<
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Women's and
Men^s Boots
and Shoes
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Children's Sho
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TODAY we are offering o?ar entire stock of high grade Footwear at prices
never before equalled.
Prices  W
Cut   io  Two On All  Our  Shoes
Come Today and get your Shoes at less than half price.
WE
THING   CO.
DAVE GROSSMAN, Proprietor 1
:i-  Westminster's Bargain Store
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BALLOONS 10 RACE
ACROSS CONTINENT
Big Gas Bags Start From
Los Angeles Sunday-May
Break World's Record.
Los .Angeles, Cal., ,\o\. 13.���One of
the mots spectaculai alloon races iu
the history of .American aeronautics
will be started from Los Angeles Sun-
daj afternoon at - o'clock, when the
two monster balloons, "American" and
"I'nited Stales" will be senl away in
a race across the contineni that may
result in breaking al] world's records
for long distance flights.
Two well-known aeronauts, Qapt. \.
IS. Mueller and Horace B. Wild, will
be in the baskets, each accompanied
li)   it  navigator.
Capt,   Mueller  will    command    the
Ann rican   and   Mi.   Wild   the   United
States.    Both of ihe big balloons have
sailed in international races the United
Suites being the winner of the James
' Ioi l.i.i  Bennetl cup al   Paris in  1906.
Air   Currents   Tested.
'��� I ���     iresent   is  the  first  great  balloon race to be started on the Pacifle
��������� "-* and is much in the uature of an
'' '���;    rimi Ut.     Aviators   have,   however.
ted   and   -studied   the  air
 si   an i   ire conflil*
- nl   th il   the wind will ram   i hem di-
ectl)   toward  the  Atlantic coast.
, remarkaiile fciiurc <���; race is l-'-ni*. an  honorary   memb.
that  the greai  aerial crafl
' oft)  mountain  ranges in
ih.-ir High' toward the East, uecessi-
���- attainment of heighl bither-
i" unaccomplished. Thi Sie ra Madre
rangi along the coast, the Sierra .Nevada further eastward, and the Hock..
mountains, forming the backbone of
the continent, constitute the tnree
barriers that must be hurdled by ths
Idg  bags.
Both Mueller and Wild are confident
that   the)   will   be  able  to  soar high
gh to cl, ar the snow-capped peaks  ���
three ranges, although a height
ol   no   less than  15,000  feet  must  be
to do so,    lt  is expected  that!
Intensi   cold  will  be encountered and
are   figuring on  such
ug, ncy.
Use Hydrogen  Gas.
The   Ami   Ic in     nd   United   States
.-   Inflati .1  �� ll li ordinary coa]
.- .. II;  dom     in pure hydro- | ���*>
. i-   ni   in simum   lift lng    i>ower '���**
em  i.e. d   Instead.    Coal   ga     ,
Iti   nt       ���  iiw.,1*    iii'    tli irt i-     tii _ii ii: I _.       *
Mueller do not agree .'is to which di*
trection they are most likely to be
blown, but botb are confidenl that It
will be g, nerally eastwardly. tt is
possible that they may be can i, d
directly eastward across the Colorada
river, through Arizona, Xew* .Mexico
and Texas to the gulf, or down into
Mexico to the Atlantic. Or they may
be i ai ried farther north across Nev ida,
Utah and Colorada, tnence across the
Mississippi Valley to ihe region of thi
Greal Lakes or more directly eastward to the Atlantic seaboard. Still
another and more northerly route Is
possible, where they may be carried
far Into Canada and eastward towards
the   Atlantic.
Food For Ten Days.
Over whichever route the wind carries them, the aviators are prepared
for a long Hight. Provision., for ten
clays will be loaded in the cars, in-
cluding a fresh water suppl) and other
necessities. It is expected that In
order to negotiate the first mountain
range, the Sierra Madre, that it will
be necessar) to rise above the clouds
andto remain there until after the succeeding ranges have been crossed
Under these conditions the big balloons will be out of sigh: of earth until the) reach the region of the Mi---
: Valley.
The start will be made from Chutes
Park, this city, and is expected to be
witnessed b) many thousands of i"-"
pie. Tb,- big gas bags are now being
filled from a plant erected on the
ground, and guards will be maintained around them until the time ofthe
flighi nexl Sunday afternoon. The
tho management of
of
h
naps in Sapperton
$10 DOWN, BALANCE ON EASY TERMS
Will seen:- you a lot in this beautiful suburb.
W. IN. Draper       TENDERS
NOW IS THK TIME.
SAPPERTON IS PROGRESS INC.   FAST,
bound
Many industries are on tbe tapis and   the  neighborhood
grow into the industrial end of New Westminster.
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���are is under
!���'��� ni-. a
\, ,,,   Club
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C.    Land
Surveyor
Ell,
ird block.
New Westminster, B C
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PENITENTIARY   SUPPLIES.
..
Flour.
Scab-1  tenders,  addressed   "In
tors  ol  Penitentiaries,   Ottawa,"   and
endorsed "Tenders for Khun," Wlll
be received until Monday, 30th November, inclusive, from parties desirous of contracting for the supply of
Hour until 30th November. 1909, for
the undermentioned penitentiaries,
namely:
Kingston Penltentiar).
st. Vincenl de Paul Penitentiary,
Dorchester Penitentiary,
Manitoba P, nit, utialy.
British Columbia  Penitentiary,
Alberta    Penitentiary,      Edmonton
Alta.
Forms of tender and Information as
to form of contract, will be furnished
on application to the wardens of the
j enitentlai le
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
GEO   W. DAWSON,
in i|    Penitentli
,,   awa. (ictober 20, 190_
I
MY PROPERTY is situ ted on Eighth avenue,  the  only  avenue  which
is opened up through fn m the city to the  limits.    The  si Mi   for
view and for convenience Is  unexcelled In any part of the district.
Price to Home Builders, $225
* 10.00 down, balance to suit
iurcnasi r,   Cal
pointment.
and
lee !,,���   -
write  for    op
GEO. E. TARGETT
Only two   blocks
Corner   Eighth  Avenue  and   Richmond Street,   Sapperton
From Car Line.
���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR (WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rati a on work of an) di
cription  or quantity   quoti I
on application.
I '11    lO)
ower of  thirty   pound
lo i iii- i, I cu lie feet, while hyarogen ;
a little  n ore   than   double     that !
.,   exact I)  sev, nt) -t ivo.    This
expected to prove ol      eul  advan-
liglll   ol    siuli   heighl   and
,,'!.,! iplated .     Each
...    ms of
II led into I _.'** sack .
. xa, ���    onto   I hal   I ia   ba
lake   In   Ih, Ir   flight   across   thu
tli n.   Is   speculative.     Wild     and
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:-
Jackson & Morrison f
Daily News  Block. $"
New Westminster. Phone 388     X
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OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
N'ov, 18.    Hip   Hip  llo,,ray.
N'ov, 20.    Willard   Mack,
Nov. 23. -.In Wyoming.
Nov. 26   Th,. New Dominion.
D( ''��� 2.    The Lion and the Mouse.
1,1 ''��� ;-    Little Johun)   Jones.
Just Arrived
A new
us.*-1 rtment of
FANCY
LINENS
''���'������jtiaW ' ���   J):m **h
mmmBz^jr*!*"��. ���������
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth  Avenue and  Marion Strctt
SEATTLE
suitable for
-���
We  can   plea:
most fa
the
A. J.   BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ke part of the northwest portion of
lol ���',. suburban block 3, in the City
of  Ni w  Westminster,  B.  C.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 8249 A. is ued
In the names of Sarah .lane Bingham,
Mary Montrose, Sarah Tieiney, bus
bei ii filed in ihis office,
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
ni the expiration of one month from
the dm,, of the Brsl publication hereof,
in a dally newspaper published in the
Cl   ���    of    N'ew    We   llllilisteil,     issue      a
duplicate ol the said certificate, unless iu the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing,
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land   R,  a try Office,   New   Wes'.uiin-
Bter, B, C, Oct. 26th, (90S.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
DVUD UUKG^c^Ga
Beali d    i     ���
undersign! I    and  ��� ti.
for  Public   !'. .
will be rec< ��� '      uc
1:30 p.m. on  ! .. i
1908, for the con
building at  Vei:
Plans an I
and form    of tender ,
11, partment, and on
Postmaster at V-1 ���
Persons tendei lng
tenders will not be - on
mad,- on   the   print) I ppj
ind   Igned with thi -,
tures.
Each  tender  must
by an accepted il,' ,| ������  ��� .        :���
bank,   made   pa ���., ill   I
the Honorable th,
Works, equal to ten g
c-nt.i   of  the  amo mi ol        w
which will be forfi lti
tendering decline to i icoj
trad   ��hen  called
j if he  fail to com 1< te i ��� <-
tracted for.    II
cepti,) the chi
!    The Dei artmenl
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Bj  '
NAP
Deparl ment of Publi
i ,,t. 20,  1908
Now apei
advertise! i, .
out nuthorli ���
BOOKINO TO AMI FHO.M ANY
POINTS IN THK OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Empress of Ireland.  Nov.  13.
Empress of Britain    -Nov. J7
Empress of Ireland   Dec, ll
For   other  dates   and   particulars,
apply to
ED.  OOULET,
C. P  R. Agent.
Applications Wan.ell
Applications will
uniL reigned up ������
the ,,;i'�� of Novem ���
position of Tn asun        th
New    We-'111  0! tl
month
W.   .   Dl
r
Cit)   Hall,
1908,
New  Westui '
RATES :
Room   $1   per  day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50  per  day up.
Room   with   bath   $2.50  per   day   up.
Room with bath nnd board $. per clay
L
THE WHITE HOUSE
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'elephone 54.
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Streets.
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The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express _md freight connect with
itages at Carcrosi ami White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Hoi   information  anply to
i     M    ROGERS.   Traffic   Manage.
Trains & Steamers Lower Fraser Riv��|
  Freight and Passenger Service per
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If  you've .������'!' vn Anyth'ng.
Leave     New     Westminster     **��� liO,
11 :20,  15:20,  IT: 12 and JJ.
Ai rive ot   New   We i minster   10:17,
12 25,   16.27,  18: 15 and  23,
iREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 o.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.:.r> p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. N. W.  IJ: In a.m.;  ar. Seattle T: 15
a.in.
l.v. Seattle S; to a.m. , ar. N, W. 3 p.m.
l.v. Seattle   1:25 p.m., ar. N.  W. 9:55
p.m.
l.v. Seattle i L:30 p.m. ar, N. \V. B:20
a. in.
O.  N. It.���PORT, GUICHON.
N'o.  :;:,;    leavei     New  Westminster!
3.50 p.m., arrive Qulchon 6 p.m.  Fi I*
days;   also conned ions by   10:10 a.m.
Dxc, pi New Wpsiminster Tue ,l-i> and
4:35 Thursday.
Leave Qulchon 6:30 a.m., arrive New
Westminster 8:45 Fridays; also connections by - p.m. excepi Quichon
Tuesday and ii a.m. Thursday,
Lv. N. W. 6:20 a.m.. 8 p.m., mil 1.56
p ni. for Vancouver,
Lv. Vancouver 8:86 a.m.,  i p.m. and
I I : 30   pin,   for   W'esi minster.
B. C. ELECTH1C���VANCOUVER.
Leave N'ew Westminster 6:60, 6:20,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half1
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
,-.:.-,n, 6:50, 7:20 and h ilf hourly till
11:30 p m.
Carryin
all poinl
and  We : '���
Leaves Brackman
ai j p.m.; addli
leaving at ���'��� a.m.
Returning   eavi   ���
a.m. daily, exci
additional trip on Sal
at   5:30 p.m., call
Inducement offers,
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HAVE YOU TRIED
HA -THE
OKANAGAN
CELERY?
It la ilie best on the i
I selected
I crea*��er*v
Buti
iooil Flour, per
dozen for..
,,,,.,. pounds for
ack 	
$1.00
$1.00
$1.65
Adams & Deans
Phone
gj GROCERS        Prompt deliv
ery
License Notices
N0TlCl iere ,.<   given that I in-
~nd  l�� applj   at  thy  next sitting of
"le  '���''  : ' I  Board for the City of
New   v" - in ter for   a   renewal   of
!lcen ' liquors by retail on the
pr' ""'" '���'���ii as the Windsor Hotel,
��� situated
"The fAaple Laaf ForeVer"
We hav? taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it ia Canadian.
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Columbia    and    Begbi
streets  ln th
minster.
ild City of New West-I
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New Westminster
0. BILODEAU.
Nov. 3, 190S.
12 FRESH TODAY:
���Qhocolat
es
NOTICE hereby given that I intend  to applj   at the  next sitting of
I the Licensing Board of the City of
.New Westminister for a    renewal    of
: licen.-,,- ;,, ... | [iqUOi.s by reUtil on the
premises known as the Russell Hotel,
���situated on Carnarvon    and    Begbie
streets In th,. said city of New West-
��� minster.
I'. C. CAMERON.
| New Westminster, Nov. 3, 1908.
PE.RFE.CTION
coc
(Mapln Leaf
Label)
IS MADE ffl CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
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In 1-4  pound  to  2  pound  Boxes
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DRUG
STORE
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NOTICE is hereby given that 1 in-
'end to appl; at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board of the City of
N'ew Westmlnstei for a renewal oil
lie-use to sell liquors on thc premises
known as the Depot Hotel situated oni
corner of Columbia and Eighth streets,
in the said City of New West minster.
,). WISE.
New Westminster, Nov. :;, 1908.
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We .are now prepared to show you the largest Xmas Jewelry Stocl.
ever exhibited in the city. We have now the very article you lune
decided on for that Xmas present. If you do not wish to purchase immediately we will  put any article to one side for you. w
Remember that by making your choice early you have a full range ���
of goods to select from. ���
W. C. CHAMBERLIN  The '���-"��� I
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any i hurch notice from this column
Indicates that no copy has been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible
party, j
Sunday November 15.
QUEE.VS AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. W. H. Barraclough. B.A., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
��� j Sunday school and  Bible classes    at
��� i 2:30 p.m.
. I ( No subjects received.)
# OLIVET    BAPTIST���Rev.    M.
Rugg, D.D., pastor.    Services 11
Hole agent for the Longlnes and Hamilton Watch  Movements.
L.
��� I Rugg, D.D., pastor.    Services 11 a.m.
4 i and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
m
J | ni.       .Mid-week     prayer   meeting   on
J Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Morning:
Rev. Mr. Parker wil! occupy the
pulpit. In the evening the ;,astor will
preach the third .--rmon In the special series of "Doctrine tnd Duty," on
the subject of "The Manliness of
Christian Faith."
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���M**M"M"M' ���I"H"I"I"I"M"M'
NOTICE Is hereby given that I  Intend to applj ai the next -sitting of the
Icenslng Board oi the City of New
Westminster for a renewal of license
to sell liquors by retail on the prem-l'
Ises Known as the Cosmopolitan hotel,',,
situate on Columbia street, opposite
C, P. It. depot, in the said City of New
Westminster.
.J. II. D. MCDONALD.
.New Westminster, Nov. 3, 1_08.
NOTICE is hereby given ihat I intend lo apply a* the next sitting of the.
Licensing Board for the City of New
SVestminstei foi a renewal ot license,
to Bell li mors by retail on the premises known as the Colonial Hot,-!, situ*
at the cornei of McKenzie and Clarkson streets, In the said City of New
Westminster.
M. F. [NSLEY.
I New Westminster, Nov. 3, 190S.
. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Deaier* in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
NOTICE Is hi - given thai I In- v
tend in appl.. ai the next sitting of ���J*
the Licensin ; Board of the Citj ol V
New  Wesl tn a  n new al   of
Hi   :.   i to sell liquoi .  tall on the
premises known as the Fraser tie'1
skua:, i on th< of Begbii
j Front streets In the said City   of New
Westminsti
ALFRED SWANSON.
New Westminster, Nov. 3, 1908.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
New Westminster tor a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Royal City
Hotel, Bituated corner ot Customs
Mouse Square and Columbia street, in
the said City of New Westminster.
E. FALC1I.
New Westminster, Nov. 3, 1908.
.Notice is hereby given that   we iu-
| tend to apply at the next sitting of th.*
! Licensing Board for the City of Ni
Westminster for a renewal of license
I to sill liquors by retail on the prevn-
I ises  known as  tii'    Holbrook    Hotel,
; situate,I on Front street.
i   JOHN McNIVEN a\.  D. McDONALD,
New Westminster. Nov. I. 190S.
For Real Gomfort
TRY ONE OF OUR
Knitted
Fancy
Vests
$3.50 to
$6.00
Plain and
Fancy Patterns
ALSO
Sweater
Jackets
$2.25 to
S3.50
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  Columbia Street
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IS TO DEPOSIT IN
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the i.ie, using Board for the City of
New Westminster, for a renewal of
license to sell aplrltous liquors by re-
tall on the premlsi s Known as the
Liverpool Ann*, situated on Colum la
street, In the westerly store in the
Oven's Block, in the said City of New
Westmlnstei
ALEX. MATHESON.
New Westminster, Nov.  ��, mos
2 New
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAP|TAL HMOO.OOO.On
|t|t|     Re*-ERVE        111,000,000.00
��� throughout Canada and New fonndland. and  in   London,  Mnglaud
A* Voir, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Meilco City.     * '���������u
**%t of "a"Ung ���JusliieB8 Transacted.
Credit issued, available wl tL correspondenta tn nil  nart_ of ,llf
11.,    ���0rl,l*
! '������Ingi c
ani""* Departmer't.     Deposits  received In sum** of $1 ami up*-****"*1
" -Marei! allowed at �� per cent, per annum  <i,ie��*-m rstei >*'I'"J'
Hi _."'"*��� ��� y����r.
Ml*
"v*r  Illi8.00o.000.tl0.
V-'KHT MIN STER BRANCH.
Q. D.  BRYMNER.  ***���*"
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
Idays after dale we intend to apply to
K S Hussey. superintendent Provincial Police, Victoria, B. ('., for a renewal of the liquor license held by us
for the St. Alice Hotel, situate at
Harrison Hot Springs.
The Harrison Hot Springs Co.. Ltd.,
Qeorge Hartness, Manager.
Dated Nov.  I, 1908.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Abated Wat*"..
Family  tr,id�� a  tpecialty.
Iel.   113. Office   Eight ��tr-�����'
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   P..   C.
Synopsis of  Canadian   Homestead
Keyulations.
An) available Dominions lands witb-
iu the railway belt iu British Colum-
Bia, may be hu_uesteaded by any person
*'ho is the .ole bead ot a family, or
any male over ls years of age, to the
extent of oue->iuai*ter section of 161)
acres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally al
the local laud office tor tho district In
! which the land is situate. Entry bj
I proxy may, however, be made ou cer
I tain conditions by the faihor, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
. mien liug homesteader.
The homesteader is required to p<'
form the  conditions  connected  there
' with    under    one    of the    following
plans:
(i)   At least six moutns- residence
1 upon and cultivation of the laud    In
each year  for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased),    of   the    home*
Isteader resides upon a farm in the
vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
1 satisfied by such person residing witn
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land own-
ied by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirement! as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the snld Innd.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the Commissioner Ol Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
apply for patent
COAL.���Conl mining rights may he
leased for n period of twonty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the mer-
chantahle coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the .Minister of 'he Interior
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET  MAKER.
(Three Years with ,1. A. Lee.)
has just opened    and    solicits    your
patronage.    Mission  furniture a  specialty;  office and store furniture;  all
kinds of furniture repairs.
First class Workmanship,
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 26 Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
P.  O.  Box 304.        House  Phone  B 29.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Imperial Limited leaves daily ut
8:20 a.m.
Atlantic Express leaves daily at
;!:20 p.m.-
Whether you travel for pleasure or
HOLY TRINITY���Re* V Shildrick,
rector, Holy Communion ��� a.m., Matins 11. to be followe 1 by a choral celebration. Evensong at 7 p.m. The
lord bishop of the diocese will preach
in the morning.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev- J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bibb- class 2:30 p.m. Rev.
A. H. Cross will preach in the morning on "Lengthening and Strengthening."
WEST END .METHODIST���Rev. F.
A. Magee, pastor. Service-; at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m; Epworth
League Monday at 8 p.m.: prayer
meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m.
i No subjects received.)
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Sapperton���Rev. E. G. Thompson, M.
A., pastor. Public worship, morning,
11 a.m.; evening. 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30. Y. P. S. C. E. .Monday at 8
p.m.
ST. PAUL'S reform::.I EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deB, Owen, : ctor. Ser*
vi, e al It a.m. aud 7 p.m. Holy Communion tirst Sunday in the month after morning service. Prayer meeting
|on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
(.No subjects received.)
WEST  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
���Rev.  T.  Ward.aw Taylor.  MA..  Ph.
D., minister.   Services a- 11 ,t. in. and
7  ;,.  m.    Sunday school at 2:30  p.m.
(No subjects received.)
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house: Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday-
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
(No subjects received.)
BURNABY .MISSION���Pastor, H.
W. W. Bromwich, East Burnaby. Services as follows: East Burnaby, Sunday school at two o'clock; preaching
service at 3 p.m.; young people's service at 7:30 p.m.; Thursday, prayer
service at S p.m. West Burnaby,
Sunday school at 2:30 and preaching
at 7:30.
(No subjects received.i
SALVATION ARMY���Captain C. H.
Quaife, C. 0. Services will te
conducted in the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows: 7 a in., knee
drill; 1" a.m., Sunday . chool; 11 a.m..
holiness; 3 p.m.. praise: 7:30 p. m..
salvation meeting. A cordial invlta-
... I. n li ,i to all. Ev, alng subject,  "The King's Fall."
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Re-V.
R. M. TnompBon, pastor. Services ai
11 a.m. and 7 p.m: Sand.,-, school at
; 2.30 p.m.
FREE     METHODIST     CHAPEL���
Eighth   street,   between     Third     and
Fourth avenues,   class meeting at 10
a.m.; preaching al 11 a.m. .and 7 p.m.;
I Sunday school at 2:30 p.m Rev. T.
i II.   Marsh, acting  pastor.
SUFFRAGETTES   NOW
INVADE  CHURCHES
London, Nov. 13.- t'he suffragetteee
last night, for the tirst time, carried
their campaign Into a place of worship. Mr. lllrrell. chief secretary for
business always buy your tickets via I Ireland, while addressing a meeting
the c. P. it. as you are   certain   of,jn t.m)r 0f disestablishment at    the
speed, safety and comfort. ' cily Temple, was subjected    to    tUl-
Tiekels lBaued to and from all points,   graceful      interruptions.      Nearly     a
  ncore of the adherents of the suffrag-
For further particulars nnd resorvi- ette movement were ejected from tbe
tions apply building  wnld  uproarious  set-nus   of
KM. OOtTLKl     [straggle   and   violence.    The  earnest
New Westminste,    appeals 0f Mr.  Blrrell and  the  pastor
\ u ent
or to 3. B. KOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass.   \gt.   Vi.neouv,u
of the Temple to respect  the sacrel
building were without avail.
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NEW   FRUITS    are   all   in,
Nir..  and   Fresh.
NEW   CURRANTS
SEED  RAISINS
VALENCIA   R.A.ISINS
Ml SCATELL R USINS
PEELS:
LEMON
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FRUITS
befori
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buy.
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
New Westminster Gas Company
Notice to Consumers
BRICK COMPANY IS
FORMED LOCALLY
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
COMMENCING   JANUARY   1st.   1909.
All s;ik used will bo charged for a'
the following rates:
Gas used for lighting   $2.50
('.as used for heating and cooking $2.00
(las used for power $1.50
Cash discounts will ,be allowed off
above prices on all bills paid at the
office of the Cunningham Hardware
Company on or In-fore the Huh of the
current  month.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
November 12th, 1908
Phone 379.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
T*
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of the  best quality.
. A. MU1R
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
HOTEL RUSSELL
New Westminster, B, C.
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Winter  Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
I
' Special   attention   paid   to       Banquets.
Private   Suppers  and   Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and  Cold   Water.
Steam   Heat.
j Centrallj   located.
J. Newsome&Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
(Continued trom Page Oue.)
[imi     are   i xtended   in   towns   n
ricl,  anil  co    reti    luildlngs  will    ���
erecti :    un I   the  demand   for   i .
sail ibli a;  material  will  _
; im rea
A er is  conn- ���
th-e To   ��� '    i i'i    htlng and Tug i
pan;.,   w Iiii I,   ha -   ���'   line   new     *..
. bulll  '������'.'  tli - bi idge, the new <���
is assured of good storage an -
ping facilitii ��.   The wharf is can.- n
ient both for i ie Great Northern and
Canadian   Pacific   railway.-,,  and   l
*. aflj  .;,i the B. C. E. It. , j. -
sions.
Opportunities  For  Business.
The progresi of the company sj:-
be mosl sal isfactory, as they  will
able to make a  brick equal  to any-
other brick on the market, as at present   the  local  and  Seattle    brick    is
pla, cl on the market at about  $3ii a
thousand, with of course an enormous
profit.    With   ih,   prices  cui   In   two
as Mr. Fader points out, there v.
'    a profit  Of nearly 300 per cent, on
the outlay.    Tbe public  want   bricks.
and will buy them locally if thej
gel a , good an article as is Import il.
Guaranteed a good brick as tbi. promises to be  thei e can  be no don i   -
i lie  market   once    the    i ompanj     Is
known.    At   the   present   time
have io be placed Borne weeks abcid.
The  Directors.
The directors are men of experience
and are well known locally. Those
provisionally   elected   are   Aid.   E.   J.
 I Fader,  .1.  Relchenbach,   J,   E,   Allan,
w.  .1.  Whiteside  and   11.   P.   Naylor,
 i vice-president of the Berg Machinery
: Manufacturing company.   All the local
P. O. Box 249.1 directors are successful business men,
ami  Mr.  Naylor has  been associated
1 with the  management of one of the
largest    brick    manufacturing    businesses on the continent.   As the s-ub-
| scrlption of $500 worth of stock    en-
1 titles a shareholder to appointment as
| a director, there enn be little doubt
that one or two leading merchants
will be  added   when  allotment   takes
I place.
The principal promoter, Mr. Fa Ier,
lias been seven years in the city, an l
has been connected with several prosperous  companies,    including  lu
[and machinery companies, and to m
the city owes its only first class hotel, on,, of those features which place
Westminster on the map. To the travelling capitalist looking for an out-
li; for profitable Investment the Rus
sell hotel has ��en a boon ;eeping
persons here who mighi have otherwise
visited and Invested elsewhi re, Tnis
is the first time Mr, Fader lias formed
a company In New Westminster and lu.
is not doing it to urge the public to
lake up in doubtful speculation, I ut
ns a good solid bona flde investment.
No loubl the balance of the stock now
| to be issued will be promptly subscribed.
CANADA MAY HAVE
NEXT PfACE CONGRESS
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��� Electric Railway Service;
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lnterurban   Line.
Crirs for Vancouver and war
stations will run every half-
tiour from 5:60 a. m. Last
ear leave* at 11 p, m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Curs leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton ai, | city limits over the
City Line: Cars leave tram x
office on the hour, tweaty mln- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- ���
ter,  commencing  at  6:20 a.  m. ��
Sapperton Line: Cars leave S
at ten minutes after the hour, f.
half past an.l fifty mhiutes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 ���
a.  m. :d
cit] line.
Sunday  Service   rinir-nourly  b<��-
twei a * 30 a m  and n p.m.
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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London. Nov.  13.���Senatoi     liamlur-
and was one of the principal speakers
at a meeting of the British group of
the    Inter* Parliamentary     Union    of
Peace, held lasl   night  m   Westminster.    On   this occasion, the    British
group, l.ord Weardale presiding,   dis-
CUSSed  the  advisability  of holding the
next congress iu Cana,la     The meel
Iiik of Ihe council of the   inion  will
be held In January al    wlili h    di l<
dates from all European    ,., Ilameni
will in- presenl  and  will   -   ible    to
state   whal    i ime   the   prom :  I Ion     of
their    r, spective    pai Ilan   i       takes
place    ,  i. in enable %	
Qanad i     rhe British nn of th?
union    -     ver;   anxlot       ,      n    ��� he
I lomlnion
GBHanESBB ra.'.__M___K_tfa_Ii
amaimm m
P l L i N g    You Can Stand Behind
II |f^     ,{> thai has \aliie to had; il  up like
QUEENSBOROUGIi
GARDENS
H. Morey & Co's
stocli  i- piling  up !     It's going
to  bl   lh    BIGGEST AND BEST
Ever In   C-iltnders,   Cards,   Pos
Toj     I Fancy Goodi
1 ',      PtC,  81        ������ ������'! _;e|   ||
immt'r..,:*     A'.A'.."' I 217.2m rn>,fmh;n .c-.-,.���
3��
"""  being offered by us. In blocks from one acre upwn
ITS SITUATION
'* on the -a nil-, end of Lulu  Island,   nearest   Sen   \\,  ,
"iel   within  the City limits;  all   facilities.     It   1 ,   ,,
mill, box factory, ship yards, cannery,general store and
SOIL   AND   SITUATION   UNEXCELLED.
Call for Maps.
217-219 Columbia Street
W('iaO_____Hni     hi mini !������_���
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F. J. HART k CO..
lephonc 1    I .'*' -1 09
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1&s*5*t��ji.
at LO
USUA
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li
IL -L .*
RICEi
The ���������   ���     ���    list  ol go, .    contains pric- and descripti, ...     which a -,. in
1   present. We endeavor to meei demands with  rellabli mdl e, availlns . .
ipportunity to buy at puces Nn- cash that enable us io off,       eclal y low prices.
Long
GLOVES
Prices
$1.95 per pair
For regular $2. 75 and $3.00 values
Sixteen button suede gloves, Reynler's make; an unusually large
stock of ibis style makes this sacrifice necessary.    Vou  profit
buying a pair of those glov -: whili  you have the chance, aii sizes;
grey and black only;  special pric-     $1.95
An Attractive Line of
TINSEL BELTS
���25c Each
Fl v,
tin-, :   ; .
sli.nl   r   ?,
Inches;   size
I;  .
pi Ice, ��� .,i-h
EXTRA WIDE
NECK RUCHING
An    ,
ruchlng   In   a
The greal diffii
obtain thl
enough.    Se,  tin
c< Na-.        .   pink
tone, black and v. h
the '-ai I or bi  th
Dainty
White Muslin
WAISTS
li used to be lhal the ��� muslin waists were sold onlj during
lhe summer season. Probablj the reason why this is chang, I
and thej have become so popular all the year around is De-
, e iin- styles have been so improved. Al any rate whiti
waists ari In greal demand. The new styles being shown are
irkably attractive; thej are generously trimmed with em*
erea   ronls, I ,-���   y-ok,       icks and plaits   Each $2 to $6.75
Children's Wool
Combinations
Sizes 2 lo I11 j ears. fine i lb-
bed all wool combinations, soft
finish, iion li ritaling to the ten-
dere-1 si,in For children's wear
these combinations are particularly adapted, Tbey are a greai
deal li ss trouble than i wo* piec,
undergarments and thej are
more comfortable. Prices accord
Ing to Blze, each . .$1.00 to $1.50
Children's Plush
Sleeping Suits
Hade Ol heavy ],lush fleece
lined material of exceptional
warmth; suits have roll collar,
biition front, pocket and feel ol
suiie mat,-rial; sizes lor children from i wo to seven yeai ol
age.    Each   60c and B5e
Plush  Slip Waists    made    ol
the sain,, wai in material a i the
Bleeping suits;   a   greai   protei
Hon ami cold pri venter for the
children,    Bach  35c
STYLE and COMFORT assured
in the wearing of a new
Jersey or Golf
COAT
The attrai iIve appearance of
the new styles together with
the Quality Is making these
garments the hit of tbe Benson,
Hundreds of ladies, miss, s an,I
children have provided themselves with a comfort giving
garment and are unanimous re
gardlng the satisfaction thej
give. Vou ran have them in
Noriol! coal style unli pockets
and I,, It with vest or high collar effect.
LIGHT FITTING BEST
STYLE OR BLOUSE
STYLE
in all colors and Bizes, and
there are no garments bo eco
Domicallj priced, Ask to see
ihi in in the ready to wear de-
pal tnient,
NEW DESIGNS JN
STAMPED
CUSHION TOPS
A: .a ie .\
pOtti
on tops, fl,
i
prli ��� i
in    	
UMBRELLAS
New Handits to select
from
The sane- old reliable coverings, such as umbrella sal ��� n
Cllorla Taffeta linNi. l>m with dozens of novel and attractive
handles, A new range has been received which includes our complete Christmas showing. Many gold ami silver mounts are shown,
a great number of which have space Bultable for name engraving,
S, led   rrom Ihese ��� ail.,   all'l  be ready.
Men's   Umbrellas,   Belf opening   variety,   equipped   with   Bl '.
quick action spring.   Each . ��� ��� ���. $1.25 to $3.70
Men'.. Plain, open yourself st.. le with Strong, durable lops.
|3ncll   ,,,     $1.00 to $8.75
Ladled' Umbrellas, in gold and silver, metal, pearl, bone ami
rustic  handles,    Kacli    85c to $15.00
Children's School   Umbrellas, a   new   lol   with   fancy   bone   and
uo<nl hand.,       Each
.   70c
Ready to Use Cushion
COVERS
All   i, ady   for   th<
foi iu madi of such n ai
linen,   duck,   Bat, .a    cn
coloi ��� i   mu Hi,,   wait,
all  nlcelj   made with  I
woi ied    di sign .
Each   50c to $1.M
Lithographed and Tapestry TOPS, 25c each
Fifteen dozen of
vici able and economl al cushl
io,     bo :: I.i by us a
I ird ,. i a ,.,I ng   i
th,      eati   ���   -i, "^  '���
I,       ,    .      ,���       : .
ill   this      |ol   ,,: '
in,...   from our
�� hich have I ii
,i , d      .    on   ,
each 	
CUSHION GIRDLES
AND FRILL*
Cushion  Cords  in   I
lng,  and finish, Each   25c,  -
to	
Fancy Scrim Frills,  I
long with ,iia-'-
plain coloi  with col
in dlfferen     badi
Binche      Each ,...7Sc to $1'M
Striped     R'bbon    Frill*,
mis long, slniilai
i
scrim frills, bul   n
satin rll n I   ""*���
,,.,, i ..$1.35 to $2-*-
wlde.    I*" h
Collister
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